LA PLATA, Maryland — Startup optical beam-shaping technology provider Cailabs’s recent Series C financing raised 26 million euros ($27.6 million) in equity and will provide the company with at least 2-3 years of runway as it proves out its technology to compensate for atmospheric turbulence.
Rennes, France-based Cailabs expects that within the next year or so it will have demonstrate its Multi-Plane Light Conversion (MPLC) technology to compensate for most of the atmospheric disturbance of an optical signal as it travels from a satellite — or a . . .
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