Integra Devices, an Irvine, Calif.-based a next-generation micro-device company, completed a $6m Series A funding.
The round was led by Kairos Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to expand the team and infrastructure and move its products into pilot production.
Led by Paul Dhillon, CEO, Integra Devices is a next-generation micro-device company that offers miniature products for high-value markets such as telecom, aerospace, industrial, and life science.
Products range from vibration-based perpetual batteries, in-canal hearing devices, in-body medical sensors, and microfluidic sensors. Their flagship product is a miniaturized microwave micro-relay that can hot-switch power.
Since its launch in 2015, Integra Devices has been completely customer funded with major development contracts from industry players such as Lockheed Martin, Teledyne, and tier 1 life science companies. The company incubated at Southern California’s premium tech incubator Evo Nexus and also received support from UC Irvine’s Applied Innovation.
Integra has also strategically selected Korean substrate powerhouse Daeduck Electronics and specialized integrated plating company OM Sangyo based out of Japan as strategic investors, bringing in unique manufacturing support and capabilities.