Eden Prairie Hardware Startup MAX4G Raising $3m Round

Eden Prairie hardware startup Max4G is seeking to raise $3m in private investment with $650k closed, according to this SEC disclosure document.

Started in 2008 and brought to life in 2011, MAX4G provides high performance non line of sight networks for small cell 4G deployments in dense environments where fiber or microwave backhaul isn’t feasible.


The venture has previously raised $3.2m, a “small amount relative to what’s been achieved,” CEO Vladimir Kelman says.  Known investors include Ron Eibensteiner from Wyncrest Capital and local angel Asim Baig.

“We have successfully completed tier one mobile carrier trials on three continents. The outdoor small cell market is beginning to ramp with the first large scale deployments being planned in the US beginning Q1 next year. This funding will enable us to get commercial product deployed with these mobile operators,” says Kyle Krug, VP of Business Development.


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