Medtronic Monitoring, Inc.

Medtronic Monitoring, Inc.

Medtronic Monitoring, Inc.

Overview
Date Founded

1995

Headquarters

2033 Gateway Place,Suite 100,San Jose, CA 95110

Type of Company

Private

Employees (Worldwide)

51 - 100

Industries

Medical Support Services
IT Consulting & Services
Hospitals & Patient Services

Company Description

Medtronic Monitoring, Inc. treats cardiac arrhythmias. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Jose, CA.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Medical Officer

Compliance Officer & Vice President, Regulatory, Clinical & Quality

Founder

Senior Director-Product Development & Engineering

Vice President Sales

Senior Quality Manager

Customer Support

Board of Directors

President & Chief Executive Officer at Cardiva Medical, Inc.

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Recent Transactions
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Medtronic, Inc. purchases Medtronic Monitoring, Inc.

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Medtronic Monitoring, Inc. raised money in a private placement transaction

Advisors & Consultants
Legal Advisor

Partner at Cooley LLP

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Investors
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Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) focuses on investments in the life sciences, biodefense, green technology, information technology and companies with new technologies related to the iPhone and iPod touchpad platform.The firm's information technology investments focus on the consumer, enterprise, semiconductors, security and communications industries. They invest primarily in early-stage ventures that are incubating new companies with proven entrepreneurs and good ideas.KPCB's life sciences investments include medical devices, drugs, vaccines, personalized medicine, diagnostics and healthcare information technology and services. Their pandemic and biodefense investment initiative focuses on investments in companies with innovations in disease surveillance, rapid diagnostics, new vaccine technology, portable and less expensive manufacturing of vaccines and new antiviral drugs.The firm's iFund invests in market-changing ideas and products that extend the iPhone and iPod touch platform. The Fund invests across all sizes and stages. KPCB targets investments in companies that are developing applications, services and components. Their specific areas of interest include: location-based services, social networking, eCommerce (including advertising and payments), communication and entertainment.

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PTV Sciences focuses on growth investments in the healthcare and life sciences sectors. They focus on lower risk opportunities diversified across sector, stage and geography that have a clear path to revenue within a short timeframe. The firm looks for companies that are built upon 'hard science' that have strong management, large and growing markets, innovative ideas, high operating margins and clear exit opportunities.

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DAG focuses on investments in the information technology, energy and life sciences sectors. The firm leads mid-stage and growth financing rounds into promising portfolio companies of select, proven early-stage VC partnerships.

Awards & Honors
2010
World Economic Forum - Technology Pioneers
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