On the heels of a wildly successful crowdfunding campaign, Airing has raised its first equity investment: A $500,000 round to help it commercialize its micro-CPAP, reports Boston Business Journal.

The filing indicates the $500,000 investment is the first part of a larger goal of $2.5 million, and comes from a single investor. While it does not say who that investor is, among the people listed as connected with the investment is Aaron Kleiner, co-founder or Wellesley-based Kurzweil Technologies, a Wellesley-based research and development company which claims on its website to have “founded, developed, and sold four successful companies in artificial intelligence technologies.”

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