Movidius had the vision to see the future

The Irish tech firm that makes tiny microchips that enable devices to see was bought by Intel for $400 million last week

11th September, 2016
David Moloney and Sean Mitchell, founders of Movidius Picture: Feargal Ward

Othe phone from California, Irish technology investor Brian Long is talking about pitches he has received from companies working on prototypes for flying cars. “The world is changing faster than ever,” he said. Movidius, the Dublin firm that counts Long as one of its lead investors and which was sold last week to Intel for $400 million, is at the heart of this revolution.

Tiny microchips made by Movidius power some of the most...

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