Lightmatter, founded in 2017, is a technology company focusing on photonic computing. Their mission is to revolutionize the future of computing by developing and manufacturing processors that use light to perform calculations, potentially leading to unprecedented speed and energy efficiency. The company is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Who are Lightmatter's major investors?

Google Ventures
Eastward Capital Partners
Viking Global Investors
Fidelity Management & Research
Matrix Partners
SIP Global Partners
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Lockheed Martin Ventures
Agave SPV
Harvard Innovation Launch Lab

Lightmatter Funding Rounds and IPO Valuation

Date Funding Round Funding Raised Price per Share IPO Valuation
5/31/2023 Series C $153.28MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
5/6/2021 Series B-1 and B-2 $80.81MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
2/25/2019 Series A-1 $22.29MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
2/5/2018 Series A $11.1MM raised $XXX.XX $XXX.XX
Based on primary financings
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What is Lightmatter funding to date?

Lightmatter has raised $267.48MM to date.
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When was Lightmatter founded?

Lightmatter was founded in 2017.
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Is Lightmatter a publicly traded company?

Lightmatter is a private company and not publicly traded.

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