Kilopass Technology is developing non-volatile memory to create new cost savings and design opportunities for today’s semiconductor industry. Its growing success in the marketplace will enable the company to accelerate expansion of its product roadmap beyond one-time programmable and few times programmable memory.
The leader in embedded NVM intellectual property, Kilopass removes long-standing challenges to NVM integration across a wide range of markets, applications and SOC designs. Its patented technologies and expanding set of one-time programmable (OTP) and multi-time programmable NVM solutions have boundless capacity to scale to advanced CMOS process geometries, are portable to every major foundry and integrated device manufacturer (IDM), and meet market demands for increased integration, higher densities, lower cost, better reliability and improved security.

HQSan Jose, US
Size (employees)50 (est)
Kilopass was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in San Jose, US
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Key People/Management at Kilopass

Charlie Cheng

Charlie Cheng

CEO & Board Member
Linh Hong

Linh Hong

VP of Marketing and Business Development
Harry Luan

Harry Luan

CTO and Vice President of Research & Development
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Kilopass Office Locations

Kilopass has an office in San Jose
San Jose, US (HQ)
2895 Zanker Rd
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Kilopass Financials and Metrics

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Kilopass total Funding

$49.7 m

Kilopass latest funding size

$8 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago

Kilopass investors

Kilopass's latest funding round in March 2013 was reported to be $8 m. In total, Kilopass has raised $49.7 m
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Kilopass Blogs

Maximizing the impact of static analysis

This is the first post in a three-part series on how you can maximize the impact of a static analysis solution by supporting developers and their goals. Aligning static analysis with development goals Application security responsibilities are shifting to the developer as organizations look to produc…

Medical devices still hackable, researchers say

Security researchers Jonathan Butts and Billy Rios wanted to make it clear at the beginning of their presentation. “The benefits of implanted medical devices outweigh the risks (for most people),” read one of their opening slides. But they probably wouldn’t have been doing a session at Black Hat tit…

How to help your medical devices meet the UL (and FDA) standard

Any effort to overhaul the cyber security of connected medical devices is likely to take considerable time and energy. Given that many of them are made to last decades, securing them while they’re in use can make turning an ocean liner look positively nimble. Still, the announcement last month by th…

Project Zero director exhorts Black Hat audience to do security better

Google’s famous “Don’t be evil” motto got a corollary this week at Black Hat from Parisa Tabriz, director of engineering for the company’s Project Zero: “Do things better.” “We have a responsibility to do things better. Computer security is becoming the security of the world,” she said during her We…

Codenomi-con speakers agree: Bringing back privacy requires citizen action

We keep hearing that privacy is dead. But there is a good chance that a lot of us still aren’t aware of just how dead. So this week Synopsys presented codenomi-con, in connection with the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, offering reminders about that reality in both government and the private sect…

Building security into connected medical devices

What does cyber security mean for connected medical devices? Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officially announced that it formally recognizes UL 2900-2-1. The announcement follows up the FDA’s acceptance last year of UL 2900-1, the first publication in the UL 2900 series of sta…
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Kilopass Company Life and Culture

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Kilopass Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Kilopass founded?

    Kilopass was founded in 2001.

  • Who are Kilopass key executives?

    Kilopass's key executives are Charlie Cheng, Linh Hong and Harry Luan.

  • How many employees does Kilopass have?

    Kilopass has 50 employees.

  • Who are Kilopass competitors?

    Competitors of Kilopass include Infineon, Skeleton Technologies and Multi-Fineline Electronix.

  • Where is Kilopass headquarters?

    Kilopass headquarters is located at 2895 Zanker Rd, San Jose.

  • Where are Kilopass offices?

    Kilopass has an office in San Jose.

  • How many offices does Kilopass have?

    Kilopass has 1 office.