Austin, Texas (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
Javelin Semiconductor, Inc., the world’s leading innovator of high-performance CMOS 3G power amplifiers (PA), today announced that it has been selected for EE Times’ Silicon 60 list of emerging startups. Javelin joins an impressive list of young companies that EE Times believes are important to follow. Companies are selected based on a mix of criteria including: technology, intended market, maturity, financial position, investment profile and executive leadership.
“We appreciate the recognition by EE Times,” said Brad Fluke, president and chief executive officer of Javelin. “Javelin is supplying key technology into smartphones, the world’s largest consumer electronics market. I’m very proud of Javelin and our significant accomplishments achieved by teamwork, determination and focus on meeting customer needs.”
Javelin has 17 patents issued and pending on its innovative mixed-signal architecture. The company's 3G PAs are implemented in standard CMOS technology and meet or exceed all stringent industry performance and reliability standards. Javelin's PAs offer the best noise performance, lowest average current and the highest reliability of any 3G PAs on the market today. For more information, please visit http://www.javelinsemi.com.
About Javelin Semiconductor
Javelin Semiconductor is an innovator of high-performance, mixed-signal ICs for wireless communications. Developed by a world-class engineering team, Javelin’s products are implemented in CMOS, the world’s most widely available semiconductor process technology. Javelin was founded in 2007 and is based in Austin, Texas.
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