September 11, 2018

EAG is the newest In-Kind Partner with Silicon Catalyst

Focus on Semiconductor Startups

Silicon Valley, CA, EAG, Inc., a global scientific services company, welcomes Silicon Catalyst, the world’s only incubator focused exclusively on solutions in silicon to its Class A Facility in Santa Clara, California, the heart of Silicon Valley. Silicon Catalyst and its Portfolio Companies are already inhabiting the space. 

In addition to providing office and lab space to Silicon Catalyst and its Portfolio Companies, EAG also is providing its advanced laboratory facilities to enable testing and failure analysis of the innovative IC designs from Silicon Catalyst’s leading startup companies.

Aram Sarkissian, General Manager, Engineering Sciences, EAG Laboratories said “At EAG, we recognize the importance of a strong startup community to the health of the semiconductor industry, and Silicon Catalyst is the premier organization committed to supporting semiconductor-focused startups. The ecosystem that they have already built is incredibly impressive. It is with great anticipation that we welcome all the great new companies that will be walking into our doors.”

“We are extremely pleased to co-locate with EAG. EAG is making a huge contribution to our efforts to reinvigorate the semiconductor startup ecosystem, as they are a leader in supporting companies in early, critical NPI efforts.   With a combination of technical expertise and large install base of test, reliability, failure analysis and debug tools, EAG provides a ready ecosystem for our Portfolio Companies to plug into,” stated Silicon Catalyst CEO Pete Rodriguez.  “By providing their facility, EAG is joining a lengthy and continuously growing group of in-kind partners, all committed to creating a viable ecosystem for these startups, right here in Silicon Valley, across the US, and across the globe.”

About EAG

EAG is a global scientific services company serving clients across a vast array of technology-related industries. Through multi-disciplinary expertise in the life, materials and engineering sciences, EAG helps companies innovate and improve products, ensure quality and safety, protect intellectual property and comply with evolving global regulations. EAG operates 20 laboratories in seven countries and serves more than 4,000 clients worldwide.

For additional information, visit www.eag.com