Cubic Telecom latest funding round brings in EUR 15 mln

Thursday 5 March 2015 | 09:50 CET | News
Cubic Telecom, a provider of cloud-based Machine to Machine (M2M) platforms based in Dublin, said it was set to complete a new funding round of over EUR 15 million. Then amount brings its total backing to over USD 30 million. The new deals come after Cubic inked deals with HP, Walmart and Digicel and said it was looking to expand into automotive technology.

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Companies: Cubic Telecom / Digicel / HP
Countries: World
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