CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 14 -- LNL Technologies, a developer of monolithically integrated photonic and optoelectronic chips, announced it has raised $7.1 million in seed funding.
LNL's investors include members of its management team; Adam Chowaniec, chairman and founder of Tundra Semiconductor; Larry Mohr, founder of Mohr, Davidow Ventures; and Sandy Robertson, founder of Robertson Stephens and chairman of Francisco Partners.
LNL will use the funding to commercialize its photonic miniaturization platform. The company has demonstrated commercially manufactured prototypes that enable the integration of 10,000 photonic functions on a single square-centimeter (cm²) chip.
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