Xenergic's memory solutions enable digital SoC designers to reach the peak of energy and area efficiency.
The team at Xenergic, is an international team of ambitious engineers who share their passion for energy-efficient circuit design for a greener connected society. Our team proudly brings together eight nationalities from different parts of World. All of them have a specialization in integrated circuit design.
The SRAM memory developed by Xenergic AB is the result of many years of research and expertise from Lund University in combination with many years of industrial experience. The company is co-founded by Babak Mohammadi, Joachim Rodrigues, Anders Berglund and Lund University.
Babak Mohammadi is co-founder and the CEO of Xenergic. He received his PhD in electrical engineering from Lund University and has 15 years of research and development experience in industry and academia in different technical fields.
Joachim Rodrigues has a PhD in circuit design and is a co-founder of Xenergic. He has two decades experience in low-power integrated circuit design. He is an Associate Professor at Lund University and has many years of industrial experience (Ericsson in Lund and several start-ups in Germany).
Hemanth Prabhu has a PhD in electrical engineering, focusing on digital processing for wireless communication systems. He has 15 years of experience in SoC implementation in both academics and industry.
Reza Meraji has a PhD in circuit design from Lund University and has more than 10 years of work experience in various fields of wireless technology and low power circuit design. Most recently, prior to joining Xenergic, he has been involved in the design and verification of power-efficient chips used in the hearing aid industry.
Linus Wiebe is a co-founder of Xenergic and Director of Innovation at Lund University. He is former CEO ARM Sweden and co-founder of Video IP company Logipard (Acquired by ARM 2008) with 15 years start-up experience in Telecom and Si IP.
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Xenergic , a Lund, Sweden-based startup manufacturing low-power memory solutions for integrated circuits, announced in a press release securing a SEK 8M ($910k) investment funding. The backing comes from Swedish investors, including Almi Invest (which contributed with SEK 2M), Quinary Investment and existing investors LU Holding and Anders Berglund…
LU Holdingbolaget Xenergic AB, med en revolutionerande teknologi för mycket strömsnåla datorminnen, har tagit in 8 miljoner kronor från ett antal starka investerare. Bolagets variant av så kallade SRAM kan minska minnets strömförbrukning med över 90 procent – utan att tumma på varken prestanda eller yta – i batteridrivna mobila enheter. Med kapitalet ska bolaget…
Xenergic AB based in Lund, Sweden receives 8M SEK in seed round. The company offers low power memory solutions which can be used in market segments ranging from IoT to high end mobile devices.
It is expected that by 2020 there are going to be around 20 billion mobile devices, and most of them is likely to be battery operated. Extending the battery life of these devices has become a key challenge and has led to a huge interest in the industry. One of the biggest bottlenecks when it comes to lowering power consumption is SRAM (on-chip memory). Xenergic AB has developed patented low power SRAM techniques to tackle the stringent power requirements of battery operated devices.
“Xenergic is a company driven by a very dynamic team of talented engineers, who share a passion to create memories for a connected world. Our technology redefines the boundaries of efficiency in low power devices”, co-founder and CEO Babak Mohammadi.
Xenergic team announces with great pleasure and gratitude a successful seed round, raising 8M SEK investment from Almi Invest, Johan Qviberg through the company Quinary Investment AB, Filip Larsson, and others. We are very honoured by the trust being put in us and our exciting technology. The new funding will provide a huge boost and take Xenergic to new heights. We would also like to thank everyone involved in this process, our board members, LU Innovation and all the employees for the hard work and great contributions.