Eye-Fi develops wireless memory cards to download and organize photos automatically from digital cameras to online, in-home, and retail destinations. It offers Mobile X2 wireless memory card, which automatically uploads photos and videos to iPhone, Android, or tablet; Pro X2, a memory card that wirelessly uploads photos from camera to computer and various sharing sites; iPhone/iPad applications; and Android phone or tablet applications.
The company offers its products through an online store; and retail channel distributors and outlets in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Minnesota, Colorado, and Canada.
Eye-Fi, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.
Funding Rounds (4) - $36.5MUpdate
|LMS Capital||Series B (Lead)||-|
|NTT DoCoMo||Series D (Lead)||-|
|Opus Capital||Series A (Lead)|
|Shasta Ventures||Series A (Lead)|
|Translink Capital||Series B (Lead)|
Current Team (9)Update
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967 North Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043