Ciranova, a Santa Clara electronic design automation (EDA) start-up, has raised $4 million in a third round of financing.
Its technology uses open standards and focuses on analog and custom integrated circuit design.
Leading the round AsiaTech Management and that firm’s founder, Katherine Jen, will join Ciranova’s board of directors, the company said.
The company’s previous investors, Alloy Ventures and US Venture Partners, also participated in the round, which brings Ciranova’s total funding to $14.75 million since it was founded in 2002.
The company said that Katherine Jen once led the $3 billion Taiwan Government Development Fund and was responsible for Taiwanese companies TSMC and Mosel-Vitelic.