CrestaTech, formerly Xceive, provides a complete host of programmable hardware and software technologies enabling universal television reception for TVs, Tablets, PC computers, and other mobile devices.
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May 11, 2015
05/11/2015 | 01:17pm US/Eastern (You can enter multiple email addresses separated by commas) Message : *Required fields CrestaTech Satisfied with U.S. International Trade Commission’s Decision to Review Cresta Technology Corporation , a product company that sells silicon tuner chips to television set manufacturers based on its patented Smart Tuner™ technology, had filed in January of 2014 a complaint against Silicon Laboratories (SLAB) and Maxlinear (MXL) with the U.S. International Trade Commission, which opened an investigation in the matter. On April 30th, 2015 the Commission provided notice that it intends to review various aspects of the Initial Determination by the presiding administrative law judge. “CrestaTech is pleased with commission’s decision to review the important findings of the Initial Determination,” says CrestaTech’s CEO Torbjorn Folkebrant. “CrestaTech is looking forward to Commission’s review of CrestaTech's economic domestic industry status and various infringement and validity questions.“ The final determination of the U.S. International Trade Commission in this investigation is expected to be released at the end of June 2015. About CrestaTech Located in Silicon Valley, CrestaTech ( www.crestatech.com ) is the creator of Smart Tuner™ products that permit excellent reception of any worldwide television broadcast signal. Smart Tuner™ ICs feature a patented architecture comprising precision RF analog front-end plus digital signal processing techniques. With flat and consistent frequency response, Smart Tuner™ products have the ability to handle diverse and extreme signal conditions, and are immune to LTE and WiFi interference, all without the need for external filters or shielding. Smart Tuner™ ICs are found in many of the world’s leading brand flat panel televisions. © Business Wire 2015
CrestaTech Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was CrestaTech founded?
CrestaTech was founded in 2001.
Where is CrestaTech's headquarters?
CrestaTech's headquarters is located at 3900 Freedom Circle, Santa Clara.
What is CrestaTech's latest funding round?
CrestaTech's latest funding round is Series F.
How much did CrestaTech raise?
CrestaTech raised a total of $68.76M.
Who are the investors of CrestaTech?
Investors of CrestaTech include AVM Capital LP, Sofinnova Ventures, Benhamou Global Ventures, Bechtolsheim Ventures, Scale Venture Partners and 5 more.
Who are CrestaTech's competitors?
Competitors of CrestaTech include Conexant Systems and 2 more.
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