Qualcomm Ventures and existing investor Huami were among the participants in a series D round that took the specialist chipmaker's overall funding past $130m.

US-based custom semiconductor provider SiFive raised $65.4m in series D funding from investors including wearable biometric device producer Huami and Qualcomm Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of mobile chipmaker Qualcomm. Spinout-focused investment firm Osage University Partners (OUP), private equity firm Sutter Hill Ventures and venture capital firms Chengwei Capital and Spark Capital also took part…

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