Atlanta-based Luma Gets another $7million in Series A Funding


luma-logo_largeATLANTA, GA– September 21, 2016— Luma, an Atlanta-based company that makes a home WiFi router, has added $7 million in funding to its coffers from Andreessen Horowitz and GV.

Back in April the company raised $12.5 million in a Series A round that was co-led by Accel Partners and Amazon, with participation from Felicis Ventures. The company has now raised $22m in total funding and intends to use the capital to further build out its team and expand adoption for its product.

Luma provides a WiFi router for the home and enables users to mantain a personal network, by securing devices and neutralizing any threats automatically. Users can choose who can, or who can’t access the network with a simple swipe.

The company was created by Atlanta serial tech entrepreneur, Dr. Paul Judge and Mike Van Bruinisse. Judge and Van Bruinisse have worked together for 15 years solving complex networking and security problems for the largest companies in the world.

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