Quanttus, a wearable technologies firm, raises $22m

Quanttus, a Cambridge company developing “wearable technologies” that “help people proactively understand their bodies,” has secured $19 million in series A financing from Khosla Ventures and Matrix Partners.

That follows a $3 million seed financing led by Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures, Quanttus said Monday.

The investments “will help us further validate our vision for continuous health monitoring and bring Quanttus to market,” said Shahid Azim, chief executive and cofounder of Quanttus.


In a separate statement, Vinod Khosla said Quanttus’s approach “to using real-time physiological data will create powerful new tools for consumers and health care providers that will change how we understand our health.”

Chris Reidy