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Electronics Production | July 31, 2008

Israeli Plurality raises $8 millions

Israel based semiconductor start-up Plurality has raised $8 million from a group of private investors called Libot.
The company was founded in 2004 by CTO Nimrod Bayer and Prof. Ran Ginosar and is reknown for its 256-core processors. So far Plurality has raised $9.5 million, including this financing round, said the Globes.

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