The Corning and Microsemi-backed electronic switch manufacturer has closed its series B round three months after GE Ventures sold its stake.

Menlo Microsystems, the US-headquartered electronic switch manufacturer backed by semiconductor system provider Microsemi and glass and ceramics producer Corning, completed its $44m series B round on Wednesday. The round was led by venture capital fund 40 North Ventures and also featured Piva, Paladin Capital Group, Vertical Venture Partners and Future Shape. Menlo Micro has created…

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