Startup teams in EvoNesus’ incubator in downtown San Diego. Photo by Chris Jennewein

San Diego-based technology incubator EvoNexus announced Wednesday it will partner with InterDigital, a Delaware-based mobile technology research and development company.

InterDigital, a public company traded on NASDAQ, will be become a strategic funding partner of EvoNexus and seek to build relationships with innovative startups and entrepreneurs. It is the fourth strategic partnership for EvoNexus.

“InterDigital is looking for entrepreneurs with innovative technology, and partnering with EvoNexus is an efficient and timely way for them to get access to those ideas,” said Rory Moore, CEO of EvoNexus.

The partnership will be called InterDigital@EvoNexus. Startups will gain access to mentors, resources, and possible funding from InterDigital.

The company, founded in 1972, is a leader in designing and developing technologies at the core of mobile devices, networks, and global services.

“We built InterDigital by being a pioneer in mobile technology and global wireless standards, and we partnered with EvoNexus because we believe they are a pioneer in the tech startup incubator space,” said Jim Nolan, executive vice president of InterDigital Solutions.

Southern California is becoming a hub of technology and innovation with EvoNexus at the forefront, so it’s ideal for InterDigital to be involved with the incubator at a strategic level.”

EvoNexus is a technology incubator for Southern California’s startup community with locations in downtown San Diego, University City and Irvine.

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Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.