Softbank Vision Fund loses $16.7bn of its value
By David Manners, Electronics Weekly (April 14, 2020)
The value of Softbank’s Vision Fund has fallen by $16.7 billion.
The fund invested $98 billion in 88 businesses including WeWork which went from a $40 billion valuation to $8 billion.
The Vision Fund is backed by Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates among others. Softbank has a one third stake in the fund.
|E-mail This Article||Printer-Friendly Page|
Search Silicon IP
- IoT Pioneer Wiliot Secures $200 Million Investment Round Led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2
- Apple joins SoftBank's Vision Fund with $1 billion investment
- Arm could be on the hook for $8.5bn of Softbank debt
- SynSense closes USD$10m Pre-B+round to bring their ultra-low-power vision processing SOC "Speck™" to mass production
- Intel Launches $1 Billion Fund to Build a Foundry Innovation Ecosystem
- Semidynamics announces largest, fully customisable Vector Unit in the RISC-V market, delivering up to 2048b of computation per cycle for unprecedented data handling
- NVIDIA Collaborates With SoftBank Corp. to Power SoftBank's Next-Gen Data Centers Using Grace Hopper Superchip for Generative AI and 5G/6G
- UltraRISC Selects Valtrix STING for Verification of RISC-V SoC Designs
- The game-changing addition of intoPIX JPEG XS codec by Providius heralds a new era of IP media analysis
- Xiphera extends its Transport Layer Security product family
- Intel Foundry Services Ushers in a New Era
- Nanusens announces that it can now create ASICs with embedded sensors
- MIPS Leverages Siemens' Veloce proFPGA platform to Implement and Make Available Capabilities of its New High-Performance eVocore P8700 RISC-V Multiprocessor
- New Arm Total Compute Solutions enable a mobile future built on Arm
- U.S. Government Accredits GlobalFoundries to Manufacture Trusted Semiconductors at New York Facility