ZeroG Wireless, low power RF chip design company, raises more than $13M

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ZeroG Wireless, a Sunnyvale, Calif. semiconductor company focused on the design and development of low power Radio Frequency (RF) chips, has raised more than $13 million in financing.

Investors in the initial round include Cisco, Greylock Partners and Morgenthaler. The money will be used for the research, development and manufacture of its chip.

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