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Specialty materials business Brisbane Materials has closed its AUD$5,000,000 Series A funding round. The round was led by Southern Cross Venture Partners and included New Venture Partners as co-investor. PRESS RELEASE Brisbane Materials, a specialty materials company, today announced that the company has closed its AUD$5,000,000 Series A funding round. The round was led by [...]
Novinda Corp., a Denver-based developer of environmental technologies for the power utility industry, has inked $6 million in Series C financing. New Venture Partners and Altira Group provided the financing, bringing the firms’ combined investment to $12 million, Novinda said. The money will help with the launch of a non-carbon reagent for mercury emission control [...]
GainSpan(R) Corporation, a developer of ultra-low power embedded Wi-Fi solutions, has raised $18 million in Series C funding. Hatteras Funds, based in New York and North Carolina, and Mobile Internet Capital, based in Japan, joined the round with existing investors Opus Capital, In-Q-Tel, Intel Capital, New Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and Camp Ventures. GainSpan will [...]
Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intelleflex has raised $9 million in what it says is an extension to its Series A round. Investors include Third Point Ventures, Arcapita Ventures, New Venture Partners and the Woodside Fund. The company, which develops on-demand data visibility, will use the money to expand in the fresh produce and pharmaceutical cold chain as well as the asset tracking and personnel monitoring markets, the company said in a release. Rob Schwartz, managing partner at Third Point Ventures, will join the Intelleflex board.
Posted on: April 26, 2011 by cnolanComments Off
Mt. Laurel, New Jersey-based TimeSight Systems, a developer of video lifecycle management technology, have closed on an undisclosed amount of financing from New York-based Contour Venture Partners and New Venture Partners. The money will help TimeSight fund development of its next-generation video surveillance systems.
Intel Corp. has acquired Silicon Hive, a developer of processing technology for semiconductor systems-on-chip. The company was spun out of Philips Electronics in 2007, and backed by venture capital investors New Venture Partners and TVM Capital. Financial terms of the deal were not released. New Venture Partners led the Series A investment in Silicon Hive with participation from TVM Capital.
BLiNQ Networks has secured $7.4 million in funding from New Venture Partners, Summerhill Venture Partners and the Business Development Bank of Canada. The company will welcome New Venture Partners’ Dan Deeney and Summerhill’s Joe Catalfamo onto its board of directors as part of the deal.
Intelleflex, which develops on-demand data visibility software, has raised $11.5 million in an extension to its Series A round. Existing investors Arcapita Ventures and New Venture Partners participated in the round. Intelleflex is based in Santa Clara, Calif., and will use the new financing to expand its sales and marketing and develop strategic partnerships.
Cambridge, Mass.-based Neohapsis, which provides risk and compliance products and services, has added $4.5 million in venture capital financing from New Venture Partners, Trident Capital and Paladin Capital Group. The company also acquired the assets of Dallas-based competitor Texert. New Venture Partners is based in Murray Hill, N.J.