Fabless startup wins business

December 15, 2003 – Kenet Inc., Reading, MA, a fabless semiconductor company for mixed-signal devices, has won a contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

Under the deal, Kenet will work on “monolithic integration,” or putting all functionality onto a single chip, for use in applications such as radar and wireless communications.

The company, led by John Fan (chairman), Gerry Sollner (president, CEO), and Michael Anthony (CTO), was formed in April 2002 based on technology developed in MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory.


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