Technology companies such as Lumeon, Codasip, Freeletics, Eclypsium, among others, have announced their funding rounds.
Lumeon, a provider of Care Pathway Management (CPM) solutions, announced the closure of a $28 million investment led by LSP, one of Europe’s largest healthcare investment firms.
Codasip, a supplier of RISC-V embedded processor IP, has raised $10 million in a Series A investment round led by Ventech Capital of France, Shenzhen Capital Group of China, Paua Ventures of Germany, and strategic investor Western Digital, following the initial investment led by Credo Ventures of Prague, Czech Republic.
Freeletics, a digital fitness company, closed $45 million Series A funding led by FitLab, Causeway Media Partners and JAZZ Venture Partners, with participation from Courtside Ventures, Elysian Park Ventures, ward.ventures, as well as business strategist Tony Robbins.
Eclypsium, a firmware protection platform, has raised $8.75 million in Series A funding — led by Madrona Venture Group, with participation from existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, Intel Capital and Ubiquity Ventures.