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Wintegra gets $10 million toward round

Chip company Wintegra said Monday it received $10 million toward its second round, bringing the total round to $21 million. Genesis Partners and China Development Industrial Bank were the latest investors in Wintegra's latest round. The Austin, Texas-based company has raised a total of $26 million. Wintegra designs chips and manufacturers them at third-party fabrication plants. The company is developing chips that will allow equipment operators to move packets of Internet Protocol data from Asynchronous Transfer Mode technology without the need for new technological investments. See complete list.

Chip company Wintegra said Monday it received $10 million toward its second round, bringing the total round to $21 million. Genesis Partners and China Development Industrial Bank were the latest investors in Wintegra's latest round. The Austin, Texas-based company has raised a total of $26 million. Wintegra designs chips and manufacturers them at third-party fabrication plants. The company is developing chips that will allow equipment operators to move packets of Internet Protocol data from Asynchronous Transfer Mode technology without the need for new technological investments.

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