SVTC Solar offers opportunities for clients interested in roll-up of VC-backed solar companies

Last week, we spoke with Steve Empedocles of SVTC Technologies, a venture-backed R&D fab for the semiconductor industry. SVTC is a former Cypress Semiconductor development fab that was spun off and converted into an R&D facility for fabless semiconductor developers. Steve mentioned that the firm is ...

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