CGD welcomes new Board members.

With Tim, Ed, and Nick joining CGD’s Board and the three funds behind them (BGF, IQ Capital and Foresight Williams) we now have an enormous amount of market and growth insight at our disposal, which will undoubtedly drive the business on our path to success.

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Congratulations to co-founder and CEO Giorgia Longobardi for receiving Cofinitive #21 to watch award.

‘ I am proud to have received this recognition and being among the top 7 People to watch. Thank you to the entire team at Cambridge GaN devices for their commitment and enthusiasm. This prize is a recognition of all of our work together and the amazing results we have been achieving in this past year’

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CAMBRIDGE GaN DEVICES RAISES $9.5m SERIES A TO ACCELERATE THE DEPLOYMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENT DEVICES RESHAPING THE FUTURE OF POWER ELECTRONICS.

Cambridge University spinout’s latest funding round will be used to double staff and expand its GaN product portfolio following decades of research in power devices.

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CAMBRIDGE GaN DEVICES LTD. (CGD) LEADS €10.3M PROJECT WITH 13 EUROPEAN PARTNERS TO DELIVER THE MOST ENERGY-EFFICIENT GaN POWER MODULES.

CGD leads the European funded GANEXT project under the PENTA Programme, targeting the design and development on highly efficient, highly compact prototypes of next generation Gallium Nitride power modules, for low and high power applications.

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We’re growing fast!

Come to visit us at the new office space a few steps away from Cambridge north Station.

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Energy Entrepreneurial Fund

Cambridge GaN Devices is proud to be the winner of the Energy Entrepreneurial Fund for low-carbon emission technologies!

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We’re on Business Weekly!

A Cambridge University power electronics spin-out is poised to exploit a $30 billion global market after clinching its first major financial round. Cambridge GaN Devices told Business Weekly that the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund VI, managed by Parkwalk Advisors, has backed the transformative round for the fledgling business, which is developing innovative high-performance Gallium Nitride power electronic devices.

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