Cambridge GaN Devices is a University of Cambridge spinout that has been created to explore and develop a number of unique opportunities in power electronics made possible by the team’s proprietary application of Gallium Nitride to the silicon-based semiconductor transistor manufacturing process.

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The funding, as part of a $9.5m Series A funding round, will be used to double staff and expand its GaN product portfolio following decades of research in power devices.

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