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Series C - II | Alive

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Last Raised

$15.56M | 11 yrs ago

About OneChip Photonics

OneChip Photonics Inc is a fabless design house which provides cost-efficient system-o-nchip optical components in metro access and shortreach networks. OneChips products are based on application-specific photonic integrated circuit technology in indium phosphide and related semiconductor materials

Headquarters Location

495 March Road Suite 200

Ottawa, Ontario, K2K 3G1,


+1 (866) 652-4627



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OneChip Photonics Patents

OneChip Photonics has filed 5 patents.

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Broadband, Optical devices, Fiber optics, Photonics, Microwave technology


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Broadband, Optical devices, Fiber optics, Photonics, Microwave technology



OneChip Photonics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was OneChip Photonics founded?

    OneChip Photonics was founded in 2005.

  • Where is OneChip Photonics's headquarters?

    OneChip Photonics's headquarters is located at 495 March Road, Ottawa.

  • What is OneChip Photonics's latest funding round?

    OneChip Photonics's latest funding round is Series C - II.

  • How much did OneChip Photonics raise?

    OneChip Photonics raised a total of $54.36M.

  • Who are the investors of OneChip Photonics?

    Investors of OneChip Photonics include Morgenthaler Ventures, DCM Ventures, BDC Venture Capital, GrowthWorks and Northwater Capital Management.

  • Who are OneChip Photonics's competitors?

    Competitors of OneChip Photonics include CyOptics and 8 more.


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