March 25, 2024

Crosslink Capital Leads Airvine $6.2M Series A Extension Aimed at Acceleration of WaveTunnel Product Roadmap

WaveTunnel is rapidly gaining traction as the industry’s first Gigabit-speed wireless indoor backhaul system

 Airvine, the first company to develop a multi-Gigabit-speed wireless backhaul system for indoor connectivity, today announced the close of its Series A funding round. Crosslink Capital of Menlo Park, CA led the round, which totaled $6.2M and closed at the end of February. Airvine will use the funding for ongoing product development and to expand the sales team in order to take advantage of increased interest from customers in the company’s target markets.

“Crosslink Capital sees an excellent investment opportunity in helping the WaveTunnel product reach its full potential with deployments in a variety of exciting new network applications,” said Michael Stark, Principal of Crosslink Capital. “Airvine has accomplished technical feats in wireless that have never been done before and has developed a truly compelling value proposition for solving the bandwidth expansion and connectivity problem in a number of large interior settings on a very cost-effective basis. This solution can be installed faster and cheaper than laying cable or fiber in today’s commercial environments.”

The WaveTunnel product is a shoebox-sized module that mounts on ceilings or walls to provide high speed connectivity for the ever-expanding menu of enterprise services and applications, whether IT (Information Tech) or OT (Operational Tech). Read rest here