Next-gen microchip-maker Ranovus to double size of Kanata manufacturing plant

Hamid Arabzadeh is president and CEO of Kanata-based Ranovus. File photo

Ranovus says it will expand its Kanata facility to 30,000 square feet from its current 15,000 square feet within the next 12 months as it ramps up production of its next-generation chips that are engineered to be more energy-efficient and cost-effective than current products.

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