Weekly Refresh: Thundra Raised $4M, Soft Robotics Gained $23M

by Anna Holmquist
January 27, 2020


Soft Robotics announced $23M Series B. The company deals in robotics automation for factories and supply chains. The oversubscribed funding round allows it to continue its growth. [PRNewswire]

Snyk raised $150M. The software security company offers tools to find and fix vulnerabilities during the development process. The new funding brought the startup to a valuation of over $1 billion. [Built In]

Berkshire Grey picked up $263M. The robotics and AI company creates solutions to automate some warehouse and supply chain tasks. The Series B will fund its global expansion and help the company grow its team. [Built In]

Thundra raised $4M. The company helps to troubleshoot and secure serverless workloads on AWS Lambda. Battery Ventures led the Series A round. [TechCrunch]

Catalant Technologies gained $35M. Its software lets companies view data about the speed and quality of their work and the performance of their people. The company earmarked the Series E to scale its product offerings and expand into new markets. [Built In]

Boston Dynamics announced first new CEO. Rob Playter took the wheel from founder Marc Raibert in October. Playter most recently served as the company's COO. [TechCrunch]

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