Kymeta closes on $50M financing roundJul 9, 2013, 5:24am PDT Kymeta Corp., the Redmond satellite technology company that was spun off from Intellectual Ventures last year, […]
Jul 9, 2013, 5:24am PDT
Kymeta Corp., the Redmond satellite technology company that was spun off from Intellectual Ventures last year, said it’s completed a $50 million Series C financing round.
Kymeta said existing investors Bill Gates, Lux Capital and Liberty Global were joined in the financing by Osage University Partners and The Kresge Foundation.
“It is a clear testament to the progress we’ve made to date proving our unique technology is poised to make significant contributions to the advancement of global broadband connectivity enabling high-speed communication services to businesses, consumers, governments and NGOs regardless of their location worldwide,” said Kymeta CEO Vern Fotheringham, in a statement.
Kymeta also said it’s promoted Bob McCambridge to president and chief operating officer. Co-founder Dr. Nathan Kundtz was promoted to executive vice president and chief technology officer, and John Schilling to executive vice president and chief financial officer.
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