Khaled Abousaleh
03. 02. 22

Zynnon joins Microsoft for Startups

Schindellegi, Switzerland, February 3rd, 2022

We are delighted to announce that Zynnon has joined the Microsoft for Startups program. The team will receive business support, mentorship and access to technology to accelerate our growth.

The Microsoft for Startups program helps innovative, technology-driven startups move to the next stage by providing a customized set of offerings and technical resources.

Khaled Abousaleh, CEO of Zynnon, is delighted that his company has been selected: “By joining the Microsoft for Startups program, Zynnon has gained a strong partner to enable the company to further develop its expertise in AI technology, Machine Learning and Cloud Computing. We will benefit from Microsoft’s technology expertise and infrastructure to advance our solutions.”

The Microsoft for Startups program will help fuel Zynnon’s growth by providing access to technical resources, mentoring and support in areas such as business development. “Being part of this program is extremely important for us: it is a gateway to Microsoft’s Partner Network and strengthens our go-to-market opportunities,” added Khaled.

About Microsoft for Startups

Microsoft for Startups is a global program dedicated to helping promising tech startups to build their business by offering access to Microsoft technologies and tools including Azure, GitHub, and Microsoft Teams. Startups in this program also receive technical support and mentorship to help them manoeuvre around roadblocks and can benefit from Microsoft’s global brand, sales teams, and the commercial marketplace to reach more customers.

About Zynnon

Zynnon ( is a startup focused on improving and protecting people’s health using the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT). Zynnon is developing Lieberty, an innovative non-contact multi-parametric sensor combining health and environmental parameters. It is used to analyse indoor spaces in order to evaluate the risk of respiratory infections. The hardware is used in conjunction with our cloud-based artificial intelligence solution, which generates a Risk of Infection Index and provides alerts as well as recommendations for corrective action. This hardware and cloud solution provides key information for families, offering insights into older relatives’ living conditions, for example, so that they can make adjustments and act faster in the event of an alert. It helps older people to improve their health and safety in the home through the early detection of respiratory infection risks. This is also a valuable solution for nursing homes and hospitals, where it can stop respiratory infections from spreading thanks to the early detection of risks in indoor spaces.