Fulcrum Microsystems (Caltech) Recognized for Outstanding Revenue Growth by Global Semiconductor Alliance (12/9/2010)

Fulcrum Microsystems is a leading provider of high-performance Ethernet switching silicon. The company was founded in 2000 based on research conducted by co-founders Uri Cummings and Andrew Lines when they were graduate students at Caltech.

From the company’s press release:
Fulcrum Microsystems today announced it has won the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) 2010 award for Outstanding Revenue Growth by a Private Semiconductor Company. The GSA, which plays a vital role in the emergence and worldwide adoption of the fabless business model, recognizes companies that have demonstrated excellence through their vision, strategy, execution and future opportunity. read full press release

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