Vesper Technologies Stock

vespermems.comConsumer & LifestyleFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $45.36MM

Vesper is a developer of piezoelectric mems microphone technology designed to ensure microphones are immune to dust, water, solder flux vapors and other similar environmental contaminants.

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Management Team

Karl Grosh Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Science Officer and Board Member
James Jeong
Vice President of Business Development
Matthew Crowley
Chief Executive Officer and Board Member
Julian Aschieri
Vice President, ASIC Engineering
Craig Core
Vice President of Engineering and Operations
Robert Littrell Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Board Member
Robert Holman
Vice President, Finance & Administration
Claus Stetter
Vice President, Sales & Marketing

Board Members

Karl Grosh Ph.D
Sarah Downey JD
Accomplice VC
William Rice
Bose Ventures
Katelyn Johnson
American Family Ventures
Robert Littrell Ph.D
Jeffrey Fagnan
Accomplice VC
Matthew Crowley
Michael Graninger
Sands Capital Ventures
Tracy Wang
Vivjan Myrto
Hyperplane Venture Capital

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/PRNewswire/ -- Vesper, the leader in intelligent MEMS sensors, is pleased to announce that Lorenzo Ponzanelli has joined the company as senior vice president...
Vesper Technologies, a new microphone technology developer, has raised $23 million from some of the biggest names in audio technology to finance the commercialization of its piezoelectric microphones. As audio technology and voice controlled devices become more ubiquitous, manufacturers are hoping …