Joyent pulls in $15 mln

Joyent, a San Francisco-based container infrastructure firm, has closed $15 million in funding. The investors included Intel Capital, Orascom TMT Investments, El Dorado Ventures, EPIC Ventures and LGI Ventures.


Technisys nets $13 mln Series B

Digital banking firm Technisys has closed $13 million in Series B funding. The investors were Intel Capital, Alta Ventures, KaSZeK Ventures, Endeavor Catalyst and Holdinvest. According to the firm, the capital will be used for expansion in LATAM and the U.S. as well as product development.

VC-backed Voxer names engineering VP

San Francisco-based Voxer, a provider of push-to-talk and multimedia messaging, has hired Paul Reilly as vice president of engineering. Previously, Reilly worked at Memeo where he served as vice president of engineering. Its backers include Institutional Venture Partners, Intel Capital, SV Angel and CrunchFund.


VC-backed Interlude names president and COO

Interlude, a New York-based digital media company that designs, develops and markets interactive video technology, has hired Jim Spare as president and chief operating officer. Spare is the former CEO of Canesta. Interlude’s backers include Sequoia Capital, Intel Capital, NEA, Marker and Innovation Endeavors.


E la Carte scoops up $35 mln

Redwood City, Calif-based restaurant tech firm E la Carte has secured $35 million in funding. The investors included Intel Capital, Romulus Capital, TriplePoint Capital and Sam Altman.


Acero Capital leads $10 mln Series B funding in Swrve

Acero Capital has led a $10 million Series B funding round in Swrve, a mobile marketing automation business. All existing investors, including Atlantic Bridge and Intel Capital, participated in the funding round bringing total capital raised to date to $22 million. Acero’s general partner Rami Elkhatib has joined Swrve’s board of directors.


Acero Capital leads Series B round for Swrve

San Francisco and Dublin-based mobile marketing automation firm Swrve said Thursday that it has secured $10 million in Series B funding. Acero Capital led the round with participation from return backers that included Atlantic Bridge and Intel Capital.


Red Hat to acquire VC-backed FeedHenry

Red Hat has agreed to buy FeedHenry, an enterprise mobile application platform provider, for about 63.5 million euros in cash. FeedHenry’s backers include Intel Capital, ACT Venture Capital, Kernel Capital, VMware and Enterprise Ireland.

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