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Cmr Surgical

Cmr Surgical

Cmr Surgical is a Cambridge, Cambridgeshire-based medical device company developing surgical robotics and founded in 2014.

Cmr Surgical is a developer of surgical robotics developing robotics systems to increase the range and volume of possible supported procedures while reducing the necessary human input.

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June 28, 2021
Cmr Surgical raises a $600,000,000 series D round.
September 17, 2019
Cmr Surgical raises a $240,000,000 series C round from Cambridge Innovation Capital, Escala Capital Investments, LGT Group, Watrium, Watrium AS and Zhejiang Silk Road Fund.
June 2018
Cmr Surgical raises a $100,000,000 series B round from Cambridge Innovation Capital, Escala Capital Investments, LGT Group, Watrium and Zhejiang Silk Road Fund.
2018
Cmr Surgical was founded by Martin Frost.
September 18, 2017
Cmr Surgical raises a $26,000,000 series A round from ABB Technology Ventures, Cambridge Innovation Capital, Escala Capital Investments and Watrium AS.
July 18, 2016
Cmr Surgical raises a $20,300,000 series A round from ABB Technology Ventures, Cambridge Innovation Capital and Escala Capital Investments.

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FinSMEs
June 28, 2021
FinSMEs
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Brian Heater
June 28, 2021
TechCrunch
UK-based robotics company CMR Surgical this morning announced a $600 million Series D. This latest round, led by Softbank's Vision Fund 2 and co-led by Ally Bridge Group, joins an existing $384.8 million already raised by the Cambridge firm. It values the company at $3 billion. CMR's flagship product is Versius. The robotic system is [...]
Conor Hale
June 25, 2021
FierceBiotech
CMR Surgical has shown it aims to compete with the biggest players in robotic surgery--and with a truly colossal £425 million funding round, or nearly $600 million gathered from SoftBank, Ally Bridge Group and others--it may just have the means.

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