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Computer Europe Product Design Software

Maze raises another $15 million for its user testing platform

– Maze, a user testing platform, raised $15m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Emergence Capital and joined by other investors.
– The company lets you run user tests at scale so you can get feedback before rolling out a design update or test copy.
– It lets you test something new based on a Figma, InVision, Adobe XD, Marvel or Sketch project.

Computer Network Security North America Security

PerimeterX raises $57 million to fight bots and web app attacks

– PerimeterX, a cybersecurity startup developing a platform to protect apps from malicious actors, today announced it has raised $57 million in growth capital, bringing its total raised to $144 million.
– The company says this investment will be used to expand into new geographies and verticals and grow its workforce.
– According to Markets and Markets, the security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) segment is expected to reach $1.68 billion this year, driven by a rise in security breaches and incidents and the rapid development and deployment of cloud-based solutions.
– According to Risk Based Security, data breaches exposed 4.1 billion records in the first half of 2019.
– That may be why 68% of business leaders in a recent Accenture survey said they feel their cybersecurity risks are increasing.

Apps Computer Document Management Lending North America Software

Cirrus Announces Strategic Partnership With Manifesto

– Cirrus announced a capital investment from Manifesto.
Manifesto is a branding agency.
– Cirrus is a provider of cloud-based document management software.
– Cirrus’ cloud-based system plays a key role in supporting a more streamlined, user friendly commercial and SMB lending process.
– Cirrus’ bank and credit union customers can better manage extensive loan requests and provide quicker access to capital for small businesses.
– This is important today as businesses continue to cope with the effects of the pandemic and important in the future as institutions work to grow their business and commercial loan portfolios.

Augmented Reality Computer Consumer North America Software

Edgybees raises $9.5 million for AI that augments drone camera footage

– Edgybees, a provider of georegistration and augmented reality tools for drone operators, today announced that it raised $9.5 million, bringing its total raised to $15 million.
– The company says the proceeds will be used to drive product research, expand global adoption, and support an “aggressive” hiring strategy.
– The commercial drone market was already accelerating, with reports the industry would grow more than fivefold by 2026 from the $1.2 billion it was reportedly worth in 2018.
– Palo Alto, California-based Edgybees was cofounded in 2017 by Adam Kaplan, Nitay Megides, and Menashe Haskin. Haskin was formerly an engineering manager at Amazon, where he headed the software team for Amazon’s Fire TV platform and the Amazon Prime Air development site in Israel.

Computer Medical Device North America

Hyperfine Raises $90M in Series D Financing

– Hyperfine Research from Guilford, CT is a developer of a portable MR imaging system.
– The company has closed an oversubscribed $90m Series D financing round.

Banking Computer Cryptocurrency Oceania Software

Synthetix Raises $12M in Funding

– Synthetix is a decentralized trading platform.
– Company raised $12m in funding.
– The round was led by Coinbase Ventures, Paradigm and IOSG.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s business reach and recruit talent.

Computer Information Technology North America Software Telecommunications

With backing from Bill Gates, Pivotal Commware raises $50M for 5G products

– Pivotal Commware, a wireless network infrastructure company, raised $50m funding.
– The round was led by Tracker Capital Management and joined by Devonshire Investors and Pivotal’s existing investors including Bill Gates.
– Pivotal’s metamaterials-based technology is used primarily to support ultra-wideband 5G communications.
– Pivotal’s product ecosystem includes WaveScape, a network modeling tool; and a platform for remote network management and optimization known as the Intelligent Beam Management System, or IBMS.

Computer Medical Device North America

Huami Corp Invests $5 Million in Hyperfine Research D Round to Support Accelerated Application of Disruptive MRI Technology

Huami Corp. (NYSE: HMI) has invested $5 million in Hyperfine Research’s D round of funding, which closed on February 3, 2021.
– Huami’s mission is to connect health with technology, developing both consumer and industrial health technologies.
– The company believes its miniaturization engineering expertise dovetails with efforts to miniaturize medical imaging technology which can disrupt the locations, applications and costs of medical imaging.
– Hyperfine Research is pioneering MRI imaging with its portable Swoop system, which received FDA 510(K) clearance in August of 2020.

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