SandForce Inc., a Santa Clara, Calif.-based developer of flash solid-state drive processors, has raised $21 million in Series C funding. TransLink Capital led the round, and was joined by fellow new investors UMC Capital, LSI Corp., Red Maple Ventures, Darwin Ventures and A-Data Technology. Return backers included DCM, Storm Ventures and unnamed “tier-1 storage OEMs.”
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TransLink Capital, a Palo Alto-based VC firm that helps startups tap into Japan, Taiwan and South Korea, has raised $43.4 million toward a $75 million first fund, according to a regulatory filing. That’s lower than the $100 million target that Partner Toshio Otani told PE Week about last year. Otani did not return a request [...]
Consentry Networks, a Milipitas, Calif.-based IT developer, announced $9.4 million in venture funding. Accel Partners led the round and was joined by existing investors DAG Ventures, Invesco Private Capital, Northgate Capital, Translink Capital, and Vedanta Capital. Addressing the growing enterprise need for intelligent control of users and applications, ConSentry Networks today announced an additional $9.4 [...]