Forget Facebook’s face-plant: now it’s enterprise service firms and semiconductor companies that have institutional investors’ ears at IPO time. 2012’s fourth quarter showcased some successful IPOs, so far. PeHUB tracks the latest companies to try to mint VCs millions on public markets.
Ambarella went public earlier this month, raising $36 million. Backers include Benchmark and Walden International, according to Thomson Reuters data. Judging by its share performance so far, it’s so far so good for the California-based maker of semiconductors used in video recording.
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