Frontier NanoSystems receives $150K financing

Nov 19, 2014
Austin Business Journal

Technology company Frontier NanoSystems LLC reported receiving a $150,000 financing


The Austin-based company collected the capital from a two investors, according to a Tuesday filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission


Founder and CEO L. Pierre de Rochemont declined to identify the investors. He said the company employs three workers


Frontier NanoSystems, founded in 1994 Composite Ceramic Technologies LLC, is commercializing applications that integrate physically large materials with nanoscale properties into three-dimensional structures. The applications are designed to meet next-generation manufacturing requirements, the company's online profile indicates


It operates a subsidiary, GigaCircuits Inc.., which applies the technology to wireless microelectronics


Composite Ceramic Technologies changed its name to NanoSystems in 2009. De Rochemont was previously an engineer at Phoenix-based Epitronics Corp., Massachusetts-based SpecTran Corp. and Massachusetts-based Radiation Monitoring Devices Inc., according to the GigaCircuits website



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