Gaiia, a Quebec City, Canada-based company that specializes in connectivity operating systems (OS), raised $13 million in seed funding.
Notable investors include Y Combinator, Kima Ventures, and oxio Alumni.
Founded in 2005, Y Combinator is an accelerator firm based in Mountain View, California. The firm prefers to invest in b2b software and services, education, consumer, healthcare, real estate and construction, financial technology, industrials, and government sectors.
Kima Ventures is a venture capital firm seeks to invest in companies operating in the hardware, robotics, e-commerce, SaaS, marketplace, marketing, ad tech, big data, sharing economy, entertainment, finance, education, media, mobile, security, social, travel, tourism, health, retail, industry, API, food, agrotech, lifestyle, cleantech, and gaming sectors. Founded in 2010 and is based in Paris, France.
Gaiia Use of Funds
The company plans to use the funding to accelerate its development roadmap and integration library.
Founded by Marc-Andre Campagna, Gaiia is a software startup that has spun out of oxio. It aims to provide an operating system that empowers CSPs to deliver outstanding digital customer experiences while maintaining growth and profitability. The company's platform was developed to streamline ISP operations, replacing manual processes and simplifying the integration of multiple software solutions. Its mission is to become the world's first network-agnostic operating system (OS) for connectivity.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: October 2023
Lead Investors: Y Combinator, Kima Ventures, and oxio Alumni
Company Website: https://www.gaiia.com/
Software Category: Operating System for Telcos