Carbyne raises $56 million in Series C funding

Carbyne, an Israeli emergency communications service provider, has developed an emergency call platform that can help suppliers locate the precise location of callers and speed up communication and response times, as well as technology for pinpointing the location of indoor spaces, as well as a Platforms that monitor calls and other data (such as video from surveillance cameras) at specific locations. Carbyne recently announced a $56 million Series C funding round. The round was co-led by Cox Enterprises and Hanaco Growth Fund, with participation from new investors Valor Equity Partners, General Global Capital, TalC, Sandiip Bhammer and existing investors Founders Fund, FinTLV, Elsted Capital Partners, and General David Petraeus.

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