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Perygee raises $4.75M

Boston, MA-based Perygee, a company providing a lightweight platform for Internet of Things (IoT) and Operational Technology (OT), has raised a $4.75 million seed round.

The investment was led by Ballistic Ventures. Cybersecurity angels Ray Rothrock, John Donovan, Ohad Finkelstein, Corey Thomas, and Bryson Bort, as well as BBG Ventures also participated in the investments.

Perygee has raised $6.35 million in funding to date.

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