|Venture Round, 12/09 ||$2.5M|
|Series B, 4/11 ||$4.5M|
Founded in 2005 in the heart of Californiaâ€™s Silicon Valley, and led by Amine Chabane, Marseille Networks is a visionary company offering core technology expertise in video processing, compression and networking, and it is transforming the way semiconductors are designed, prototyped and built.
The Virtual Silicon chip-generating platform, in addition to Marseilleâ€™s unprecedented OEM design collaboration model, resulted in the company winning the 2010 Red Herring North America 100 and Global 100 Awards. Its first products are chips designed to deliver high-quality cinematic video playback targeted at the fast-growing 3D/4K HDTV market.
Marseille Networksâ€™ management team brings decades of expertise and innovation in video and networking chip design, as well as deep experience in DVD, Blu-ray, set-top boxes, and HDTV SoC design and high-quality compression. The team also has extensive experience developing first-time working silicon, and has successfully delivered millions of digital chips to market.
Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, Marseille employs a core team of more than 20 people, who have been with the company since its inception, and are responsible for developing its patent-pending Virtual Silicon and VTV - Video Through Virtualization(tm) 3D/4K technologies.