Displaying items by tag: Main Sequence Ventures

Quantum cybersecurity specialist QuintessenceLabs has raised $25 million in its Series B round led by Main Sequence and Telus Ventures, with participation from InterValley Ventures and Capital Property Group.

Published in Deals

Australia could hardly claim to be known for its prowess in the semiconductor sector, yet a Sydney company claims leadership in one niche: development of the smallest, fastest and lowest power Wi-FI HaLow chip with the longest range.

Published in Hardware
Thursday, 26 August 2021 00:02

Quantum Brilliance raises $13 million

Australian-German full-stack quantum accelerator startup Quantum Brilliance has closed a $13 million seed investment round.

Published in Deals

Australian semiconductor IoT start-up Morse Micro has secured $18 milion in additional funding as it moves to expand its product and technology development teams, both in Sydney and internationally.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 07 April 2020 09:48

Myriota raises $28m in series B funding round

South Australia-based Myriota, a connectivity provider for nanosatellite Internet of Things devices, undertaken a $28 million series B funding round led by industry superannuation fund Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures, the company has announced.

Published in Space

Agronomic analytics company FluroSat has raised $4.6 million in a new funding round, with the funds to be used to further improve agricultural yields in Australia as well as making FluroSat available to agronomists globally.

Published in Strategy

Australian semiconductor IoT start-up Morse Micro has secured $23.8 million in Series A funding to take its ultra low power Wi-Fi HaLow chip to mass production.

Published in Strategy

South Australian start-ups Myriota and Ping.services have teamed up to offer monitoring of wind farms by using an acoustic surveillance tool.

Published in Internet of Things

Companies developing new ways to diagnose cancer, next generation Wi-Fi chips and quantum computing firmware are among the first to receive investment from Main Sequence Ventures, manager of the $200 million CSIRO Innovation Fund.

Published in Strategy

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