October 5, 2016

Minima secures EUR 1.6 million in equity funding

The technology’s applications remain broad, as it can be added to integrated digital computing microchips in almost all electronic devices before manufacturing.
The technology’s applications remain broad, as it can be added to integrated digital computing microchips in almost all electronic devices before manufacturing.
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This spin off from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Aalto University and the University of Turku can be used in almost all devices utilising digital computing.

Minima Processor makes digital computing as much as 20 times more energy efficient than current technology. The patented solution is based on the optimisation of microprocessors’ operating points, a technique which has achieved a new world record in energy efficiency.

The funding comes from CFT Nordic Capital, which is backed by CFT Capital, VTT Ventures and private investors.

The reduction of the energy requirements for digital computing capacity is a critical factor in terms of IoT productivity and environmental impact.

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