Ramon.Space raises $17.5M to develop supercomputers for space
Israel-based company Ramon.Space has raised $17.5 million in Series A funding to further develop its space resilient supercomputing systems. The company, named after Israel’s first astronaut, Ilan Ramon, aims to revolutionize the way software is written, applied, and processed in space, enabling real-time development and adaptation of applications for space satellite payloads and deep space missions. Ramon.Space’s technology has already been deployed in space and used in numerous satellites and over 50 space missions with zero failures. The funding round included participation from new investors as well as existing investor Grove Ventures, a top Israeli venture capital firm.
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