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Helium, Inc (or simply Helium) is an Internet-of-Things developer platform founded in 2013 by Amir Haleem, Sean Carey and Shawn Fanning. Helium has received a total of $38 million in seed, series A, and series B funding. Prominent investors include: Mark Benioff, SV Angel, FirstMark, Khosla Ventures, and GV (formerly Google Ventures). Helium's 'Atom' Radio module, which forms the core hardware component of its networking capability, contains a dual-band, 802.15.4 modem, an Atmel ATECC508A security key component. The company is based in San Francisco, California.

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  • Helium, Inc (or simply Helium) is an Internet-of-Things developer platform founded in 2013 by Amir Haleem, Sean Carey and Shawn Fanning. Helium has received a total of $38 million in seed, series A, and series B funding. Prominent investors include: Mark Benioff, SV Angel, FirstMark, Khosla Ventures, and GV (formerly Google Ventures). Helium's 'Atom' Radio module, which forms the core hardware component of its networking capability, contains a dual-band, 802.15.4 modem, an Atmel ATECC508A security key component. The company is based in San Francisco, California.
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  • Helium, Inc (or simply Helium) is an Internet-of-Things developer platform founded in 2013 by Amir Haleem, Sean Carey and Shawn Fanning. Helium has received a total of $38 million in seed, series A, and series B funding. Prominent investors include: Mark Benioff, SV Angel, FirstMark, Khosla Ventures, and GV (formerly Google Ventures). Helium's 'Atom' Radio module, which forms the core hardware component of its networking capability, contains a dual-band, 802.15.4 modem, an Atmel ATECC508A security key component. The company is based in San Francisco, California.
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