Kymeta is a company that develops satellite antennas, allowing users to access high bandwidth internet connection when they are traveling inside vehicles. The company was founded by Nathan Kundtz in 2012. Kymeta aims to fulfill the need for faster internet connection through the use of satellite networks. The company is based in Redmond, Washington.
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Kymeta provides several product solutions for its customers, but their two primary ones are Kymeta U7 Terminal and KALO Service. Kymeta U7 Terminal is a satellite terminal that can be equipped to transportation vehicles, such as cars, trucks, and airplanes. KALO Service is Kymeta’s broadband internet connection service that customers can subscribe to. Other products that Kymeta offers are CopaSAT Storm and MANTA – both are mobile satellites communication equipment developed with Kymeta’s partners – as well as mTenna PLUS and SELECT, which amplifies Kymeta U7’s broadband connection strength and coverage.
Since its founding year, Kymeta has raised a total of $217.6 million from five funding rounds, with its latest held round being a Series E in April 2017. This last round managed to accumulate $73.6 million in capital. The company has received financing from seven investors, which includes Intelsat, Mirai Creation Fund, Bill Gates, and Osage University Partners.
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