As a healthcare professional, you have access to a wealth of smart home technology that lets you control the way your devices communicate with each other, according to the company that makes it.
Lumen Technologies announced on Monday that it had completed a $10.6 million Series A funding round that was led by Google Ventures and the Accel Partners Foundation.
The round is part of Lumen’s growing portfolio of technology investments, including in a $1.6 billion round led by Accel and the European Investment Bank.
Lumin is also part of the $3 billion “Lumen Energy” fund, which has raised $1 billion in Series A funds.
In a press release, Lumen said the funding round was led “by the Acchamps family of investors, including Accel Ventures, Accel, Acme Ventures, the Acme Venture Fund, Acxiom Capital, and many more.”
It’s a significant expansion for the tech company, which was founded by Dr. Mark Achman, who served as CEO for the U.S. National Cancer Institute.
The Acchamp family of investment partners includes former Google Ventures executive VP and CTO Eric Schmidt and former CEO and cofounder Steve Jobs.
Lumber Liquidators is part-owned by Acme Partners, which owns some of the world’s largest manufacturers of consumer goods and energy storage products, including Tesla, Nest, Panasonic, and Toshiba.
Accel is an investor in Lumen.
The company was founded in 2015 and is one of the first large companies to offer smart home technologies, including smart lighting, home automation, and smart lighting control.
Lumens technology, called SmartLite, can be used in a variety of ways, from lighting systems to thermostats, according the company’s website.
Lumi, a lighting and smart home company, was founded last year by Achman and a team of engineering engineers from the company.
LUMIN Technologies is the second company to join the Accell Venture Fund.
Last month, Accelerate announced that it was raising $1 million in Series B funding led by Lumen Ventures.
Accelerates founder, Marc Andreessen, has previously backed a number of startups, including Airbnb, Spotify, and Airbnb.