Supercomputing in space could be achieved with Ramon.Space fundingNews
May 25, 2021
PALO ALTO, Calif. and YOKNEAM, Israel. Ramon.Space, company specializing in space computing solutions, has raised $17.5 million in Series A funding. The capital will be used to continue development of the company's computing solutions, support its rapidly expanding U.S. and Israel operations, and expand the team globally.
Ramon.Space aims to transform the way software and hardware are used in space so applications can be developed, updated, and adapted in real-time in hopes of creating new possibilities for new space satellite payloads and deep space missions.
The company claims that its computing and storage platform leverages Manycore machine learning (ML)/artificial intelligence (AI)/digital signal processor (DSP) processing technology to power next-generation earth observation, communications, and data processing applications. Ramon.Space also claims that it uses virtual radiation-hardened technology that is designed to both withstand and successfully operate in the contested conditions of space.
Ramon.Space technology is intended to transform satellites to smart and autonomous, aiming to extend the effective lifetime of satellites by providing service agility in the form of in-orbit upgrades that adapt to services and applications.
The company's first round of funding came from StageOne Ventures, Deep Insight, WorldQuant Ventures, UMC Capital, and existing investor Grove Ventures.