Wearable subsidiary formed by Allied Minds based on Columbia University tech

Tech development company Allied Minds ($ALM) entered a licensing agreement with Columbia University to form its Seamless Devices business. The new subsidiary is developing technology that can be used in consumer electronics such as wearable sensors and embedded devices. The technology was developed at the Columbia University Electrical Engineering lab. This is the first time Allied Minds has partnered with Columbia University on a development project. Seamless Devices is developing analog-to-digital converters that will operate at high bandwidth and high resolution with low power consumption. Release

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