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Guavus, a provider of big data analytics solutions, has acquired Neuralitic Systems, a mobile data monetization and marketing analytics experts serving the telecommunications industry. Guavus is backed by Investor Growth Capital, QuestMark Partners and previous investors Artiman Ventures, Sofinnova Ventures and Intel Capital.
Guavus, a provider of big data analytics solutions has closed a $30 million round of new funding. Investor Growth Capital led the round with participation from QuestMark Partners and previous investors Artiman Ventures, Sofinnova Ventures and Intel Capital.
Crossbar has raised $20.59 million, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The memory chip maker, which has backing from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Artiman Ventures, Northern Light Venture Capital and the University of Michigan, had set out to raise $21 million, the filing said. Another $445,000 of equity remains to be sold.
Allot Communications, a provider of service optimization and revenue generation solutions for fixed and mobile data networks worldwide is to acquire mobile video management business Ortiva Wireless. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Ortiva is backed by Intel Capital, Comcast Interactive Capital, Artiman Ventures and Mission Ventures. PRESS RELEASE Allot Communications Ltd. (NASDAQ: [...]
UTIMCO Takes A Big Piece Of Ehrenberg’s New Fund, Adds Union Square, True Ventures And Artiman Funds: Slideshow
The University of Texas Management Company is among the largest investors in Roger Ehrenberg’s second fund, with a 30% stake of his new IA Ventures Strategies Fund II, according to a recent UTIMCO portfolio report.
Prysm, which develops laser phosphor digital displays, revealed Thursday that it had raised $100 million in new funding, bringing its total raised to more than $135 million. The San Jose, Calif.-based company is backed by investors including Artiman Ventures and Partech International. Prysm did not reveal details of its latest funding round, or name additional investors in the company.
(Reuters) – Three initial public offerings were postponed on Tuesday, the latest casualties of volatile market conditions.
Offerings by Portuguese mobile marketing and payment services provider TIM w.e. SGPS SA, which was expected to raise $146.3 million, and 3-D motion-sensing company InvenSense Inc, a VC-backed company due to raise $99.8 million, were postponed, underwriters said. The $180 million IPO of Seattle-based lender HomeStreet was also sidelined, an underwriter said.
Invensense, founded in 2003, raised a total of $53 million in venture capital between 2004 and 2008, according to Thomson Reuters (publisher of peHUB). The company’s backers include Artiman Ventures, DoCoMo Capital, Partech
Utimco pulled back from venture capital over the past several years, as did many LPs during this difficult period. The endowment that manages $23 billion in assets for the University of Texas and Texas A&M school systems made no new investments in 2009 and only three in each of 2008 and 2010. Even then, commitments [...]
CardioDx, a company developing cardiovascular genomic diagnostics, has raised $60 million in new equity funding. New investors Longitude Capital, J.P. Morgan, Acadia Woods Partners, Artiman Ventures, and Bright Capital, the venture arm of RU-COM, participated in the round, which also included the company’s previous investors. The company has raised money previously from Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, Mohr Davidow Ventures, TPG Biotech, Intel Capital, Pappas Ventures, DAG Ventures, Asset Management Group and GE Capital. Funding will be used to expand reimbursement coverage in the United States for the company’s blood-based gene expression test for obstructive coronary artery disease, as well as to continue development of future products. The company, based in Palo Alto, Calif., closed a $45 million round in May 2010.