2015 – Launch of GreenPAK4 product family
2014 – Silego teamed up with Mouser Electronics
2014 – Launch of CurrentPAK and GreenPAK3 product families
2013 – Launch of GreenCLK3 product family
2013 – Open subsidiaries in Japan and Ukraine, and manufacturer’s representative in Germany
2012 – Launch of GreenFET3 Integrated Power Switch product family
2011 – Silego is recognized as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America, by Deloitte's 2011 Technology Fast 500
2010 Launch of GreenPAK and GreenCLK product families
2009 Launch of GreenFET product family
2009 Opening of Hefei China Design Center
2008 Becomes World's largest Notebook and Netbook Clock Supplier
2007 Achieve Profitability
2006 Opening of Korea Design Center
2004 First Revenue
2003 Launch DDR Register product family
Silego is a privately funded company, funded by three leading Tier 1 VC investment groups: US Venture Partners, Storm Ventures, and Weston Presidio.
U.S. Venture Partners (USVP) has helped build great companies for three decades. Since its inception in 1981, USVP has invested over $2.7 billion in about 450 companies. Throughout, USVP's partners have worked diligently and consistently with early-stage companies, many of which have become industry leaders.
The USVP team consists of venture investors, former CEOs, senior executives, founders, and experience that spans over four generations of high-tech investing.
Storm Ventures is a venture capital firm focused on investing in seed and early stage companies in the Mobile Internet, Enterprise Cloud, and Internet-enabled Commerce sectors. Storm was the first investor in Airespace (Cisco), Appcelerator, EchoSign (Adobe), MobileIron, SandForce (LSI) and Silego. Storm was an early stage investor in BookRenter, Com2uS (Korea IPO), IML (Taiwan IPO), Kidaro (Microsoft), Lightera (Ciena), Marketo, NetScaler (Citrix), Sanera (McData/Brocade), and Sierra Monolithics (Semtech).
Weston Presidio provides growth capital to teams across a range of industries. Since 1991, Weston Presidio has raised over $3.3 billion in capital through five investment funds.