COLUMBUS, Ohio, September 19, 2016
Today, Nikola Labs was named by EE Times to their annual Silicon 60 list of companies to watch.
EE Times has selected 25 startup companies, including Nikola Labs, to come on to version 17.1 of its list of 60 firms that the editorial staff felt worthy of keeping an eye on. The selection of the 60 companies in Silicon 60 v17.1 is based on the consideration of a mix of criteria including: technology, intended market, financial position and investment profile, maturity and executive leadership. They are emerging companies to follow — for a variety of reasons.
EE Times has been updating and publishing the Silicon 60 since April 2004 to reflect the latest corporate, commercial, technology and market conditions. The latest batch of newcomers include companies active in materials, MEMS sensors and actuators, displays, machine learning, networking, EDA, image sensing, open-hardware, memory and wireless power.
About Nikola Labs
Founded in October 2014, Nikola Labs is a partnership of The Ohio State University, Ikove Venture Partners, and Ohio State professors. Nikola Labs specializes in wireless power solutions and radio frequency (RF) energy harvesting for mobile devices. The company's energy harvesting system converts ambient RF signals – such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LTE — into usable DC power suitable for sensors and devices. nikola.tech
About EE Times
EE Times has covered the electronics industry since 1972. Through its growing network of websites is an online and face-to-face connection to the global electronics community. With an expanding base of expert contributors, guided by award-winning editors, community leaders and journalists, and working off a platform designed for rapid interaction and social engagement across the electronics industry, EE Times' singular mission is to serve as a guide to what's really important in the global electronics industry — and what we need to do about it.
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