Video processor maker Novafora just finalized its $255.6M acquisition of Transmeta Corp., a semiconductor and portable microprocessor company. The deal will give Cupertino, Calif.-based Novafora access to Transmeta’s low-power technology, allowing it to provide products for a wider range of applications.

Previously, Novafora raised $18 million in venture capital from Gemini Israel Funds and Vortex Venture Capital.


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