KnowledgeTree, a company that provides business-specific cloud-based document management, has secured a $4.75 round of funding from a collection of East Coast and international VCs, writes Venturebeat. Funding comes from River Cities Capital Funds, Core Capital Partners, Hatteras Funds and previous investor Hasso Plattner Ventures. Venturebeat – KnowledgeTree, a company that does business-specific cloud-based document [...]
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US clean technology company Infinite Power Solutions has completed a $10 million Series D financing. Existing financial investors Generation Investment Management, D. E. Shaw Ventures, Polaris Venture Partners and Core Capital Partners co-led the financing, which also included participation by Applied Ventures, the venture capital arm of Applied Materials, In-Q-Tel and two additional strategic investors. [...]
MedVentive has closed a $12 million Series D round. Investors National Healthcare Services and CHV II L.P. were joined by existing investors including CHV Capital, Core Capital Partners, Excel Venture Management, HLM Venture Partners and Long River Ventures. National Healthcare Services is the investment arm of MemorialCare Health System in California. MedVentive is a provider of business and clinical intelligence and outreach applications designed to help reduce healthcare costs and improve the quality of patient care.
QED Investors and Core Capital Partners have put $7.5 million into Valen Technologies, a provider of predictive analytics technology for the insurance industry. The money will help Valen with data consortium expansion, predictive analytics platform enhancements, channel development, sales and marketing.
The Department of Energy plans another big year of guaranteeing loans for renewable energy projects. In the past 14 months, the DOE’s largest loan guarantee program (called Section 1705) awarded almost $26 billion to 23 renewable energy projects being run by companies such as BrightSource Energy and Abound Solar. The program has the financial assets [...]
Cisco will pay $95 million to acquire Raleigh, N.C.-based Inlet Technologies. Inlet, which is a provider of Adaptive Bit Rate digital media processing platforms, is backed by investors including Technology Venture Partners, Core Capital Partners, Telecommunications Development Fund, and the Capital Broadcasting Co.
Venture-backed LimeLife has bought the assets of TapaTap Inc. in what apparently amounts to a shutdown of VC-backed TapaTap.
You can read the full story here, which has also posted Tuesday’s press release announcing the transaction by LimeLife. LimeLife is not hiring TapaTap’s seven employees, according to the news report.
San Mateo, Calif.-based TapaTap, which developed Web applications for its women-oriented mobile sites, had raised more than $2.5 million from Gabriel Venture Partners since 2007.
Menlo Park, Calif.-based LimeLife, which develops mobile phone games and lifestyle applications for women, has raised more than $26 million from U.S. Venture Partners, i-Hatch Ventures, Rustic Canyon Partners, Core Capital Partners and Monitor Venture Management, according to Thomson Reuters.