Intel today announced that Intel Capital, its global investment organization, committed a total of $132 million to 11 startups focused on AI, automation, and chipset design.
Astera Labs, another new Intel Capital investment, is a fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Santa Clara, California that develops purpose-built connectivity solutions for data-centric systems.
Zhejiang, China-based KFBIO, which also received an Intel Capital investment, builds pathology systems such as a scanner that ostensibly improves on traditional microscopes with digital capabilities and connectivity.
Other new Intel Capital investments in 2020 include:Axonne, which is developing next-generation high-speed Ethernet network connectivity solutions for automobiles.
Intel Capital, which launched in 1991, made a total of 1,588 investments prior to today’s announcement, according to Crunchbase data.

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