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cnexlabs.com

Founded Year

2013

Stage

Series F | Alive

Total Raised

$126.82M

Last Raised

$14.72M | 1 yr ago

About CNEX Labs

CNEX Labs is a semiconductor company that develops solid-state storage controllers and software for cloud, hyperscale, and enterprise data centers.

CNEX Labs Headquarter Location

2880 Stevens Creek Blvd. Suite 108

San Jose, California, 95128,

United States

408-217-6136

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Expert Collections containing CNEX Labs

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Companies in this collection develop everything from microprocessors to flash memory, integrated circuits specifically for quantum computing and artificial intelligence to OLED for displays, massive production fabs to circuit design firms, and everything in between.

CNEX Labs Patents

CNEX Labs has filed 38 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer memory
  • Computer storage devices
  • Data management
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

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6/13/2019

2/9/2021

Computer memory, Diagrams, Computer storage devices, Systems engineering, Computer data storage

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Application Date

6/13/2019

Grant Date

2/9/2021

Title

Related Topics

Computer memory, Diagrams, Computer storage devices, Systems engineering, Computer data storage

Status

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Latest CNEX Labs News

Chinese professor pleads guilty to lying to FBI in Huawei-related case

Dec 7, 2020

Intellasia East Asia News 07-Dec-2020 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:02 AM A Chinese professor accused by US prosecutors of helping steal American technology to benefit China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd on Friday pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, but is expected to be allowed to return home after prosecutors decided not to pursue a more serious charge. The professor, Bo Mao, had been charged with conspiring to defraud Silicon Valley’s CNEX Labs and faced up to 20 years behind bars. He was a visiting professor at the University of Texas when he was arrested in August 2019. Mao, 37, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of making a false statement in a video appearance before US District Judge Pamela Chen in Brooklyn. He is expected to be sentenced to time served and leave the United States on December 16. He was in custody for six days after his arrest. Mao was originally accused of entering into an agreement with an unidentified company to use its circuit board for research and sharing the proprietary information with a Chinese company. Descriptions suggest that the first company refers to CNEX Labs and the second to Huawei. At the plea hearing, Mao admitted through a Mandarin interpreter that he told FBI agents did not know anyone at a university in Texas owned the board. But he had sought access to one when he made the false statement. Prosecutor Sarah Evans told the judge Mao’s lies “concealed the lengths” he went to access the technology on behalf of a company she did not name, but is Huawei. Mao’s arrest came amid a US Justice Department crackdown on Chinese influence in universities over alleged spying and intellectual property theft by the Chinese government. The arrest also took place before Brooklyn federal prosecutors added trade-secret-theft charges to their 2018 indictment against Huawei, a telecommunications equipment maker. The case against Huawei is pending in Brooklyn. In 2018, the company and its finance chief, Meng Wanzhou, were charged with misleading banks about business in Iran. The charges added in February include theft of CNEX’s trade secrets. Huawei has pleaded not guilty. In a civil lawsuit in Texas, a jury last year found Huawei misappropriated CNEX’s secrets, but awarded no damages. Meng was arrested in Canada in 2018 in connection with the criminal case. She has said she is innocent and has been fighting extradition. Her lawyers are now in talks with the US Justice Department, a person familiar with the matter said on Thursday, signaling a potential end to the case against her, which has strained ties between the United States, China and Canada. https://www.reuters.com/article/huawei-tech-usa/update-1-chinese-professor-pleads-guilty-to-lying-to-fbi-in-huawei-related-case-idINL1N2IK2U3

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  • When was CNEX Labs founded?

    CNEX Labs was founded in 2013.

  • Where is CNEX Labs's headquarters?

    CNEX Labs's headquarters is located at 2880 Stevens Creek Blvd., San Jose.

  • What is CNEX Labs's latest funding round?

    CNEX Labs's latest funding round is Series F.

  • How much did CNEX Labs raise?

    CNEX Labs raised a total of $126.82M.

  • Who are the investors of CNEX Labs?

    Investors of CNEX Labs include Dell Technologies Capital, Celesta Capital, EMC Ventures, Paycheck Protection Program, Sierra Ventures and 11 more.

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