Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP (SA&M) today announced that it represented client SiLC Technologies, Inc., a machine vision innovator, in its $17 million Series A funding round led by Alter Venture Partners and Dell Technologies Capital. The new financing brings SiLC’s total funding to over $30 million, and will help expand SiLC’s operations, accelerate product development, and gain additional production design wins. SiLC specializes in silicon photonics that advance market deployment of coherent 4D imaging solutions. The company’s breakthrough chip integrates all photonics functions needed to enable a coherent 4D vision sensor offering a tiny footprint while addressing the need for low cost and low power.
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