InCore Semiconductors, a fabless-semiconductor startup focused on building RISC-V based processor solutions, has raised $3 million in its seed funding round from Sequoia Capital India.
InCore will use the funds raised to enhance its portfolio of Core-Hub generators and reference SoC (System-on-Chip) platforms aimed at multiple segments of the embedded chips space, the company said in a press release.
Launched in 2018 by G S Madhusudan, Neel Gala, Gautam Doshi and Arjun Menon, InCore enables its customers with turnkey processor IP solutions for strategic industrial segments like automotive, industrial automation, and general electronics among others. Their range of offerings, including the AEON, AEGIS, and AXON class of IPs.
InCore has expanded upon this concept of modularity by designing highly parameterized and configurable Core-Hub Generators, which facilitate the creation of RISC-V compatible solutions tailored for specific applications. By consolidating the core and uncore within a Core-Hub, the Chennai-based startup streamlines the path to prototyping and market.