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Vidatronic, Inc.

Our voltage regulator occupies 25% less area than competing solutions while improving noise immunity, making them ideal for smartphones and wearable devices.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Semiconductors
  • Location College Station, TX, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded September 2010
  • Employees 8
  • Website vidatronic.com

Company Summary

Vidatronic is a fabless semiconductor and systems company with Headquarters in College Station, Texas. Our product is a revolutionary voltage regulator which is better than competing solutions because it minimizes dropped calls in smartphones, improves picture quality in cameras and is smaller and less expensive than competing solutions. We partner with establish semiconductor companies to sell our products and share the profits.

Team

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    Moises Robinson, Ph.D.
    President and co-founder
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    Dr. Robinson has more than 20 years of experience as an executive in the semiconductor industry. From 1998 until 2000 he was a Director with RocketChips, responsible for high-speed communications products. Dr. Robinson was a member of the early management team that led RocketChips to the acquisition by Xilinx in 2000 for $221 Million. From 2000 until 2006 he was with Xilinx as a Director responsible for high-speed products. From 2006 until 201

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    Edgar Sanchez-Sinencio, Ph.D.
    Chief Technical Office and co-founder
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    Dr. Sanchez-Sinencio is a Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). He has 36 years of experience in microchip development. His Texas A&M University research groups are industry problem-driven and have been developing circuits and systems for more than 29 years. Dr. Sanchez-Sinencio is the number 3 author in the list of most prolific authors in IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits in the last 25 years. This ac

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    Mike Bartlett
    Chairman of the Board
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    Mike spend 28 years with with Texas Instruments from 1976 until 2004. In 1993 he was appointed World Wide Linear and Interface Product Group Manager (included all of TI’s Power Management, Op Amp and Interface Products). In 1997 Mike created a new Business Solutions Group comprising all of TI's Ethernet and Firewire (IEEE-1394) PHYs, CardBus Controllers and Clock Distribution Circuits. In 2000 Mike became VP of the Display Solutions Business U

Advisors

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    Billy Murphy, Dwyer Murphy Calvert L.L.P. (Austin Texas)
    Lawyer
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    Peggy Adcock, Thompson, Derrig & Craig, P.C. (Bryan Texas)
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Initially self-funded by two co-founders
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    Initial $800K seed funding raised from friends and family (all acredited investors)
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