The electronics manufacturer has equipped a corporate venturing subsidiary with an initial $50m to fund early-stage companies developing power and energy technologies.
Japan-based electronics manufacturer TDK Corporation launched a $50m corporate venture capital vehicle called TDK Ventures on Monday. TDK Ventures will make investments in early-stage companies in technological fields including magnetics, microelectromechanical systems, piezoelectrics, dielectrics, semiconductors, organic materials and neuroelectrical systems. In a wider sense, those technologies would feed into applications in areas such as digitised…
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