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Byline: Lori Hawkins and Kirk Ladendorf
Apr. 22--Last week was a good one for chips, with two Austin semiconductor design companies raising a total of $22 million.
Wintegra Inc., which has operations in Austin and Israel, secured $11 million in second-round financing from four investors including semiconductor giant Texas Instruments Inc.
The company, which was created by former Motorola workers, is developing a new chip that will enable Internet protocol (IP) based communications equipment to interact with existing communications networks based on another protocol known as ATM, or asynchronous transfer mode.
Wintegra calls the technology …