Georgia Tech startup dramatically improves performance and speed of analog integrated circuits

Quellan, a Georgia Tech startup company, designs and markets high performance analog signal processing integrated circuits that dramatically improve the performance, speed, and density of existing platforms. The company has become a leader in analog signal processing and RF noise cancellation.

Quellan, now part of the Intersil Corporation, is a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance analog and mixed signal semiconductors. Quellan’s proprietary Collaborative Signal Processing (CSP) architecture enables improved performance, smaller footprint, and lower power solutions for communications, high-performance computing, storage, and consumer electronics. The company recently raised $20 million in a Series C round of venture financing, which will allow Quellan to capitalize on new products in the consumer, industrial, and communication markets.

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