EE Times Recognizes Exo in its Silicon 100

It’s every startup’s dream to be recognized as a company “worth watching” by publications in their industry. That’s why we are pleased to announce that Electronic Engineering (EE) Times recognized Exo in its Silicon 100: Startups Worth Watching in 2021, a collection of startups across the world changing the game in the semiconductor and electronics industries. Moreover, Exo was named one of the top “Twelve to Delve” startups within the top 100. Featuring EXO CEO Sandeep Akkaraju, this EE Times article details Exo’s founding and the innovations our company brings to the ultrasound industry.

Exo was recognized for its desire to revitalize ultrasound technology in a post-COVID world in order to deliver low-cost, high-performance imaging in a handheld package to every healthcare provider. Ultrasound is an essential technology for physicians to accurately diagnose patients, but a majority of healthcare practitioners do not have access to ultrasound imaging. From the invention of our Cello technology — a proprietary low-voltage pMUT (piezoelectric Micromachined Ultrasonic Transducer) that miniaturizes the proven image quality of traditional cart-based ultrasound into a small, handheld device — to the development of Exo Works, our intuitive point-of-care ultrasound workflow solution, this article is a wonderful summation of how Exo is building the medical imaging ecosystem of the future.

EE Times Recognizes Exo

Click here to read the full EE Times Silicon 100 write up. (Subscription required).