Santa Clara, Calif. – Amimon, a developer of wireless HDTV
chips, announced on Wednesday that it has raised $15 million in new funding,
from new and existing investors.
Founded in 2004, the Israel-based company,
which also has U.S. offices in Santa Clara, Calif., previously raised more than
$30 million from backers including Walden Israel Venture Capital, Evergreen
Venture Partners, Cedar Fund, Stata Venture Partners and Argonaut Private
The company develops chips that help deliver wireless HDTV to consumer
electronics devices in the home.
Amimon said the new funding will accelerate
product development, and help the company expand into the mobile and tablet