SolarEdge Technologies Inc., an Israeli provider of end-to-end solar power optimization and PV monitoring technology, has raised $37 million in venture capital. Norwest Venture Partners led the round, which is aimed at expanding the company’s reach and bolstering production plans. Existing investors Opus Capital, Walden International, Genesis Partners, Vertex Venture Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners and GE also participated in the round.
You are browsing the archive for Vertex Venture Capital - peHUB.
Ottawa-based Sidense Corp., a developer of programmable memory IP cores, has raised $5.6 million in additional capital for its Series C round. Ontario Emerging Technologies Fund contributed to the round, as did Tech Capital Partners, VentureLink and Vertex Venture Capital.
Atternity Inc. has raised $13 million in Series D financing. Investor Growth Capital led the round, which included participation from existing investors Vertex Venture Capital, Genesis Partners, Intel Capital, Clal Industries and Investments LTD. Atternity will use the infusion to expand sales and marketing, as well as development efforts. The company makes enterprise software designed to provide application, physical and virtual desktop monitoring coverage, and real-time analytics.
It’s good when the gang gets back together. This was the case a few days back, when, on Jan. 31, Neuralitic Systems, the mobile data behavior solutions firm, re-upped with its Series A investors, BDC Venture Capital, Vertex Venture Capital and GO Capital Fund. The Blackberry Partners Fund also tagged in, as did Export Development Canada, providing Neuralitic with $8 million, its largest round to date, nearly doubling its overall funding to more than $20 million, according to its Web site’s tally…
Mobile data intelligence company Neuralitic Systems has raised $8 million in Series B financing. New investor Export Development Canada led the round, which included participation from existing investors BlackBerry Partners Fund, BDC Venture Capital, Vertex Venture Capital and GO Capital LP. The money will help Neuralitic Systems expand its operations and development. The company, based in Montreal, has raised a total of $20 million to date.