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Omnia Communications

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Acquired | Acquired

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About Omnia Communications

Small and open intraoperative real-time MRI system for neurological surgeries

Headquarters Location

100 Nickerson Road

Marlborough, Massachusetts, 01752,

United States

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Omnia Communications Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Omnia Communications founded?

    Omnia Communications was founded in 1997.

  • Where is Omnia Communications's headquarters?

    Omnia Communications's headquarters is located at 100 Nickerson Road, Marlborough.

  • What is Omnia Communications's latest funding round?

    Omnia Communications's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Omnia Communications raise?

    Omnia Communications raised a total of $18.25M.

  • Who are the investors of Omnia Communications?

    Investors of Omnia Communications include Ciena, Bessemer Venture Partners, Atlas Venture, Star Ventures and CRV.

  • Who are Omnia Communications's competitors?

    Competitors of Omnia Communications include Quality Electrodynamics, Intellirod Spine, Ortho Kinematics, Tursiop Technologies, Kjaya and 8 more.

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