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Gates, Liberty Global invest in start-up Kymeta

Wednesday 22 August 2012 | 14:38 CET | News
Intellectual Ventures announced the spin-off of Kymeta, a company developing in the new field of metamaterials for satellite receivers. Kymeta received initial investments from Bill Gates, Liberty Global and Lux Capital as part of the spin-off. Kymeta is focusing on developing a small, portable satellite hotspot, that can simplify the connection with Ka-band communications satellites. Its mTenna modules can also be supplied to OEMs for their own customer devices. Its products target the transport industry, including aerospace, maritime and land transport industries.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Liberty Global
Countries: World
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