Spark Labs raises $4.2M in series A funding


Ted Burnham July 15, 2014
Spark Labs raises $4.2M in series A funding Spark Devices founder Zach Supalla Image: Spark Devices
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Spark Labs, maker of the Spark Core development kit, yesterday announced $4.2 million in new Series A funding, according to the Wall Street Journal.

 

Lion Wells capital led the funding round, with O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, SOSventures, and Collaborative Fund joining in. Spark had previously raised $700,000 from HAXLR8R, SOSventures, and angel investors, and in 2013 brought in more than half a million dollars from a very modest Kickstarter campaign following their first attempt using the technology at the end of 2012 for a smart light socket launch.

 

Postscapes readers will remember Spark for its Open Source Nest project, built with a Spark Core development kit. The company has now unveiled a cloud-based Spark OS and Spark Server software, also open-source, to create an accessible ecosystem for building Internet of Things products.

 

Check out the company’s latest video to learn more about its new offerings and its vision for the IoT.

 

Spark OS from Spark on Vimeo.

 

Related: Internet of Things Investments, IoT Hardware Round-up




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