Alphabet's GV unit and Huami both took part as the portable MRI device developer completed an oversubscribed series D round.
US-based medical imaging equipment developer Hyperfine Research received $90m on Wednesday in a series D round featuring biometric device producer Huami and internet and technology group Alphabet’s corporate venturing subsidiary, GV. The oversubscribed round included venture capital firm Nextrans, VC funds Axiom Associates and Colle Capital, private equity firm LSS Private Equity and investment manager…
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