Carbyne, a NYC-based emergency collaboration company, raised an additional $20m in funding.
This raise includes additional participation from Hanaco VC, Intercap VC, Elsted Capital and more.
The company intends to use the funds to advance its cloud-native platform’s expansion into the emergency health services market.
Founded by Amir Elichai (Chairman & CEO), Alex Dizengoff (CTO), Yony Yatsun (R&D Manager) and Lital Leshem (Shareholder), Carbyne provides a unified cloud native solution that enables ECCs, first responders, citizens and the state to share live actionable data that can lead to efficient, transparent operations and save lives
Carbyne will be working with Global Medical Response, the largest private emergency medical services provider in the USA, to develop advanced and widely applicable interactive communication solutions for the health and medical sectors, as well as to construct new dedicated domestic resources.
With this new round of funding, Carbyne is introducing an instantly deployable platform for simple unified flow between callers, health-related call centers, first responders, nurses and hospitals, optimizing operational efficiency. To facilitate and scale the venture, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder Alex Dizengof will relocate from Tel Aviv to the United States and grow a devoted North American Research & Development Center. At the same time, Global Medical Response’s Chief Operating Officer Edward Van Horne will join Carbyne’s board of directors.
To date, the company has raised a total of $73 million since its launch in 2015.
For more information, visit www.carbyne911.com.