Startups Wanted

Connect with Analog Garage

Startups can leverage Analog Devices’ design and product line engineering expertise, testing/qualification capabilities, and salesforce reach while also gaining credibility from investors and customers through partnerships with Analog Devices. We’re looking for startups with technologies that complement what we’re doing or could take our existing products into new markets. Sometimes we’re developing new sensors for these companies, where they have an interesting algorithm, sometimes they’re using our chips in their systems to do things that we didn’t know were possible. Contact us directly at

Startups ADI is Investing In



Cesium is working to develop low-cost, active phased array, and digital payload processing technologies.

Read about our work with Celsium



Pinpoint is developing technology diagnostics to identify microbial pathogens in under one minute.

Read about our collaboration with Pinpoint



OtoSense™ is an AI-driven platform make sense of any uni-dimensional signal at the edge, in real-time for continuous condition monitoring.

Read about OtoSense Technology

Raising AI’s IQ

Princeton researchers, in collaboration with Analog Devices Inc., have fabricated a chip that markedly boosts the performance and efficiency of neural networks—computer algorithms modeled on the workings of the human brain.

Read the Story

Raising AIS

Analog Devices: Corporate Innovation Centers (Excerpt)

View a video excerpt in which Pat O’Doherty, SVP, Digital Healthcare discusses how start-up companies and entrepreneurs can partner with corporate and nonprofit incubators.

Connect with Analog Garage through University Partners

University Programs are designed to nurture the translation of basic research into applied technology and educate new generations of scientists and engineers. Top university research complements internal Analog Garage activities and provides opportunity to engage in advanced technology development. Links to some of the leading programs that have collaborated with Analog Devices are listed below.


Microsystem Technology Laboratory (MTL) activities encompass integrated circuits, systems, electronic and photonic devices, MEMS, bio-MEMS, molecular devices, nanotechnology, sensors, and actuators. The range of materials continues to expand well beyond Si and Ge to include III-V compound semiconductors, nitride semiconductors, graphene and other 2D materials, polymers, glass, organics, and many others.

Explore the MTL Program

MIT.nano is a new interdisciplinary facility for nanoscale research with shared facilities open to faculty, students, and researchers from any school, or department at MIT, as well other academic and industry users from outside of MIT.

Explore the MIT.nano Program


UC Berkeley Wireless Research Center (BWRC) is an established leader in university-industry-government research partnerships resulting in pioneering circuits and system-on-chip innovations for high-performance analog, digital, and mixed-signal applications.

Explore the BWRC Program

Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center (BSAC), conducts industry-relevant, interdisciplinary research on micro- and nano-scale sensors, moving mechanical elements, microfluidics, materials, processes & systems that take advantage of progress made in integrated-circuit, bio, and polymer technologies.

Explore the BSAC Program


Stanford SystemX Alliance is a collaboration between Stanford University and member industrial firms to produce world-class research and Ph.D. graduates with a view to enabling truly ubiquitous sensing, computing and communication with embedded intelligence.

Explore the SystemX Alliance Program


Center for Power Electronics Systems (CPES) is dedicated to improving electrical power processing and distribution that impact systems of all sizes – from battery-operated electronics to vehicles to regional and national electrical distribution systems.

Explore the CPES Program


The Mission of Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning (CAEML) is to enable fast, accurate design and verification of microelectronic circuits and systems by creating machine learning algorithms to derive models used for electronic design automation.

Explore the CAEML Program


Mcity is leading the transition to a new world of connected and automated vehicles. Center's work goes beyond technology and considers all aspects of the future of transportation and mobility.

Explore the Mcity Program