Murata Electronics and pSemi, a Murata company, announced they are teaming with nonprofit technology incubator, EvoNexus, to provide opportunities for a select number of growth companies to explore engagement in the areas of product development, manufacturing support, licensing, channels to market, investment or other forms of collaboration. Through August 31, organizations developing disruptive 5G, IoT, digital healthcare, energy and mobility technologies are invited to apply. 

Utilizing EvoNexus’ MarketLink platform, emerging companies aligned with Murata’s and pSemi’s strategic initiatives and competencies can apply at no cost to virtually meet with the senior management teams of these established leaders in the electronics industry. Upon acceptance, companies will be contacted to schedule a virtual meeting and refine the agenda and framework for the discussion.

“Murata is committed to being at the forefront of innovation, not only through our proprietary technologies, processes and products, but also in our collaborative relationships. The EvoNexus MarketLink program is an extraordinary platform for us to have dialogue with the innovative companies that will be defining the future of the connectivity, healthcare, energy and mobility markets. We know that this effort will yield significant, ground-breaking opportunities,” stated David Kirk, CEO and president, Murata Electronics North America.

“This program enables pSemi and Murata to remain competitive in the transformative technologies that are shaping our new normal and a post-pandemic future. We are eager to connect with innovators who have unique semiconductor and embedded software solutions for AI, sensor fusion, power management, edge processing and wireless connectivity,” added Sumit Tomar, CEO, pSemi.

“The global scope and leadership that both Murata and pSemi bring to the table is immense. EvoNexus is excited to connect the dots and put emerging companies in direct contact with these electronics leaders who can have a tangible impact on their business,” said Rory Moore, CEO and co-founder/founder, Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. & Silicon Wave, Inc.