Siluria Technologies said it closed a $30 million Series C financing led by new investors Bright Capital and Vulcan Capital and joined by existing investors ARCH Venture Partners, The Wellcome Trust, Alloy Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Lux Capital, Altitude Life Science Ventures and Presidio Ventures. The company is developing a technology to convert [...]
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Aryaka said it raised a $25 million Series C round of funding led by InterWest Partners. Presidio Ventures and existing investors Nexus Venture Partners, Trinity Ventures and Mohr Davidow Ventures participated. The money will be used to support the WAN optimization company’s market penetration and global reach. PRESS RELEASE Aryaka Closes $25 Million Series C [...]
Compass Labs has secured $6 million in funding from New Enterprise Associates and Presidio Ventures. Headquartered in San Jose, CA, Compass Labs was founded in 2009 and applies science to social media advertising with CLIQ (Compass Labs IQ), a social media advertising platform that makes targeted social advertising campaigns easy to execute for agencies and [...]
OpenX Technologies, a global provider of digital advertising technology, has appointed senior online advertising industry executive Eric Rosenthal as general manager of the company’s enterprise business. OpenX Technologies is based in Los Angeles and is backed by investors including Accel Partners, Index Ventures, SAP Ventures, AOL Ventures, Mitsui & Co. Global Investment Presidio Ventures and [...]
Karmasphere, a Cupertino, Calif.-based company, has inked $6 million in Series B financing. New investor Presidio Ventures led the round, with support from return backers Hummer Winblad and US Venture Partners. The company has raised a total of $11 million since it was launched in 2010. Karmasphere says its software enables data and business analysts to mine and discover insights from big data on Hadoop.
Siluria Technologies, the California-based methane conversion company, has landed $20 million in the form of a Series B investment led by the Wellcome Trust, a UK-based foundation. Other investors include Alloy Ventures, ARCH Venture Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Altitude Life Science Ventures, Lux Capital, and Presidio Ventures.
Siluria Technologies, a San Francisco-based developer of methane-based alternatives for producing fuels and chemicals normally derived from oil, has raised $20 million in new capital. The Series B round was led by UK-based Wellcome Trust, with participation from Alloy Ventures, ARCH Venture Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Altitude Life Science Ventures, Lux Capital, and Presidio Ventures.
Los Angeles-based OpenX Technologies Inc., a provider of digital advertising technology, has closed $20 million in Series D funding to bring its total raised to more than $50 million. SAP Ventures led the round with the participation of additional new investors AOL Ventures, Mitsui & Co. Global Investment and Presidio Ventures, the investment vehicle of Sumitomo Corp. Existing investors Accel Partners, Index Ventures and DAG Ventures also participated in the round. As a result of the round, a representative from SAP Ventures will take a seat on the company’s board of directors.
Guilford, Conn.-based online advertising start-up uKnow has raised roughly half of a planned $1 million funding round, according to a filing with the SEC. Angel investor Geoff Judge, who is also a partner with iNovia Capital, is listed among the company’s directors. Pittsburgh-based Neograft has raised $3 million according to an SEC filing. Neograft develops [...]
You wouldn’t know the IPO market remains so sluggish — not by the new $39 million Series C just closed by Livescribe, the Oakland-based maker of two so-called smartpens, the Echo and Pulse. The round — led by Crosslink Capital, with participation from Scale Venture Partners, Qualcomm, TransLink Capital, Presidio Ventures, Keating Capital and existing investors VantagePoint Venture Partners, Lionhart, and Aeris Capital – not only enticed an almost ridiculous number of investors; it brings the company’s total funding to a stunning $100 million. Livescribe is just three years old.