- Three investors are Navigare Ventures, Industrifonden, and FORWARD.one.
- The high cost of Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUV) has been a major issue
In order to transform semiconductor manufacturing, AlixLabs has recently developed Atomic Layer Etching (ALE) Pitch Splitting technology (APS). The product has attracted substantial investment from notable backers, including Navigare Ventures, Industrifonden, and FORWARD.one.
The high cost of Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUV) has been a major issue for semiconductor industry. AlixLabs, through its ALE Pitch Splitting Technology enable the precise division of nanostructures while significantly reducing energy consumption and emissions. This step has now attracted the attention of investors, as it addresses the rising costs associated with current manufacturing techniques.
Jonas Sundqvist, CEO of AlixLabs, said, “The investment plays a pivotal role in propelling our company towards scalable success. The infusion of capital not only validates our vision but also empowers us to bring our groundbreaking technology to the forefront of semiconductor manufacturing. This investment marks a significant milestone as we work towards our goal: to have our meticulously developed process adopted by circuit manufacturers in their most advanced production by 2025. With this support, we are forging a path to transform the semiconductor landscape and usher in a new era of efficiency and innovation.”
Tobias Elmquist, Senior Investment Director, commented: “At Industrifonden, we’re committed to science-backed, scalable investments that have the power to drive meaningful change in society. AlixLabs is redefining semiconductor manufacturing and we’re proud to support them on their journey towards a more efficient and sustainable industry.”
Arjan Göbel, partner at FORWARD.one, “The technology that AlixLabs has developed solves real problems for its semiconductor customers and adds a lot of value for them by reducing the complexity of making chips and making the process much cheaper while reducing the environmental impact of the process significantly. Doing this with a very skilled and ambitious team, makes it a great investment for FORWARD.one.”