Mikey Tom January 25, 2017
While Ring offers an array of home security products, the LA area-based company is best known for its battery-operated, WiFi-connected, HD video doorbell that enables homeowners to see and speak with visitors when they’re not home via live streaming to a mobile app. The doorbell was, in fact, the first product the company offered after being founded in 2012. Since then, Ring has gone on to expand its product suite, which now includes security cameras that can be posted in different places around a home.
Here's a look at Ring’s equity funding history, along with valuations associated with each round:
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*Ring's CEO disputes this valuation. The figure is an estimate calculated via publicly available information and proprietary formulas.