Falcon Heavy launch date slips into next year, Great Hill Partners commits up to $75 million to Reliam and RYOT Studio announces cast for Hulu virtual reality comedy.
SpaceX is still aiming for two to three more launches this year, but the debut flight of Falcon Heavy won’t be among them, Aviation Week reports. The company believes it should be able to static fire the heavy-lift rocket this year but will fly a couple of weeks later in 2018.
Great Hill Partners has committed up to $75 million to Reliam, a managed services provider for public cloud platforms, according to PE Hub. In addition to the investment, Christopher Gaffney and Drew Loucks from Great Hill Partners will join Reliam’s board of directors.
RYOT is producing another show for Hulu’s virtual reality app, Variety reports. “Door No.1,” as the show is being called, is in production right now, and scheduled to come to Hulu’s VR app in early 2018.
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