Luma, a startup in the Advanced Technology Development Center’s ATDC Signature portfolio of companies, said it raised $7 million in its Series A round of funding, FinSMEs.com reports.
The company, co-founded by Paul Judge, a repeat entrepreneur who holds a Georgia Tech Ph.D., and Mike Van Bruinisse, aims to deliver fast, secure Wi-Fi network for the home consumer.
Investors in this round, included Andreessen Horowitz and GV (formerly Google Ventures). Luma has raised more than $22 million in total funding.
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