Anvil's SiC-on-Si technology offers promise, although years away from offering stiff competition

Anvil Semiconductors (see the April 25, 2012 LREEJ) recently secured $1.38 million in venture capital funding to continue to develop and commercialize its silicon carbide (SiC) based transistor technology. The funding round was led by the Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF), Turquoise International...

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