Lightmatter, a Photonic Computing Company (Super) Ready to Power the AI ​​Revolution | Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, PC
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Lightmatter, a Photonic Computing Company (Super) Ready to Power the AI ​​Revolution | Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, PC

Artificial intelligence has incredible potential, but it also poses a number of daunting challenges. One of them is the high power consumption of computer chips required to run programs. Lightmatter is developing unique photonic technologies that reconstruct the way computer chips calculate and communicate, enabling data to be transferred at much faster speeds than currently possible. The young company has raised more than $420 million to date and is now valued at more than See more +

AI has incredible potential, but it also poses a number of daunting challenges. One is the high power consumption of computer chips required to run programs. Lightmatter is developing unique photonic technologies that reimagine the way computer chips calculate and communicate, enabling data to be transferred at much faster speeds than currently possible. The young company has raised more than $420 million to date and is now valued at more than $1.2 billion.

Dr. Darius Bunandar is the founder and Chief Scientist of Lightmatter. He and his team have worked closely with Wolf Greenfield in recent years to develop and implement an intellectual property protection strategy. Randy Pritzker is Co-Chair of Wolf Greenfield’s Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice.

In this edition of IP Talk with Wolf Greenfield, Darius and Randy discuss how AI and supercomputing can be transformed by Lightmatter’s photon technologies and how IP has supported Lightmatter.

01:31 – Darius provides information about Lightmatter and the company’s latest achievements

03:04 – Randy explains why IP is valuable to Lightmatter and provides an overview of the company’s IP strategy

06:57 – Darius and Randy discuss the teamwork needed to develop and implement an effective IP strategy

09:34 – Randy examines how IP strategy helped Lightmatter both in its early years and how it changed as the company matured

11:43 – Lightmatter, which just reached unicorn status with a valuation of $1.2 billion, is excited about the future

12:18 – Darius and Randy like to work together Show less –