|Founder|| Andrew Singer|
|Headquarters||Redwood City, CA|
Rapport, Inc. was a fabless semiconductor company that focused on low-cost, embedded and massively parallel chip architectures.
Founded in 2001, Rapport introduced their first many-core microprocessor in the mid 2000s which incorporated 256 cores. On July 20, 2005 Rapport received a $7 Million Series A funding. In 2006 they announced a partnership with IBM to produce a kilo-core microprocessor. On October 23, 2007 it was announced they received a $18.5 million investment in Series C financing. The company appears to have been dissolved sometimes in 2009 with some of its IPs possibly sold to 'Personal Web Systems'.