VC funding: Perimeter 81, Saama, TerViva, Innoviz

Technology companies such as Perimeter 81, Saama Technologies, TerViva, Innoviz Technologies, Linear Labs, Ibex Medical Analytics, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds.
VC funding investments

Perimeter 81

Software company Perimeter 81 has completed a $5 million funding round — led by Spring Ventures and private US-based investors, with additional funds from existing shareholders. The company will use the funds to accelerate growth, primarily investing in expanding the sales, marketing and R&D teams in its Tel Aviv and New York offices, and developing new cloud firewall capabilities.

Saama Technologies

Saama Technologies, a clinical data analytics platform firm, has closed a $40 million financing with Perceptive Advisors.


TerViva, an agriculture technology firm, has raised an additional $20 million in its first close of its Series D funding — led by Evans Properties, The Jeremy and Hannelore Grantham Environmental Trust, and a group of Florida agricultural family offices, who join existing investors including the Elemental Excelerator, the Yield Lab, Astia Angels, Allotrope Ventures and Howard Fischer of Gratitude Railroad.

Linear Labs

Linear Labs has closed a $4.5 million seed round led by Science and Kindred Ventures with participation from investors Chris and Crystal Sacca, Ryan Graves of Saltwater Ventures, Dynamic Signal CEO Russ Fradin, Masergy Executive Chairman and former-CEO Chris MacFarland, as well as Ustream co-founder Gyula Feher.

Innoviz Technologies

Innoviz Technologies, a provider of solid-state LiDAR sensors and perception software, has raised $132 million in Series C funding from investors China Merchants Capital, Shenzhen Capital Group and New Alliance Capital; and Israeli institutional investors Harel Insurance Investments and Financial Services and Phoenix Insurance Company.

Ibex Medical Analytics

Ibex Medical Analytics, a developer of AI-driven computational pathology cancer diagnosis system, completed an $11 million Series A funding round led by aMoon Fund.


Revvo, a provider of internet of things (IoT) sensor for vehicle tires, has raised $4 million in Series A funding led by Norwest Venture Partners with participation from Vulcan Capital and AngelList.

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