Exit watch, week of March 22, 2010

RoundBox gets jacked up over Jacked

RoundBox Inc., a Florham Park, N.J.-based provider of mobile broadcast software, has acquired the assets of Jacked Inc., a Santa Monica, Calif.-based provider of media interactivity solutions. No financial terms were disclosed. Jacked had raised nearly $8 million from Core Capital Partners, Gabriel Venture Partners and Provenance Ventures. RoundBox is also venture-backed, having raised $43 million in VC funding from Montagu Newhall Associates, ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corp., Core Capital Partners, Polaris Venture Partners and RRE Ventures.

CA acquires Nimsoft for $350M

CA Inc.

has agreed to acquire Nimsoft, a Redwood City, Calif.-based provider of IT service-level management solutions, for $350 million in cash. Nimsoft had raised $22.3 million over two rounds of VC funding from Goldman Sachs, JMI Equity and Northzone Ventures.

Exar scoops up Neterion

Exar Corp. (Nasdaq: EXAR) has completed its previously announced acquisition of Neterion, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based provider of 10 Gigabit Ethernet network adapter solutions optimized for virtualized data centers. The deal was valued at between $10 million and $11 million. Neterion had raised about $65 million in VC funding from Menlo Ventures, VenGrowth Capital Funds, Business Development Bank of Canada and JAFCO Ventures.

Towerstream lights up with Sparkplug

Towerstream (Nasdaq: TWER) has agreed to acquire the assets of Sparkplug Communications, a provider of fixed wireless broadband services in five states. The deal is valued at $1.6 million in cash and stock. Sparkplug shareholders include Ignition Partners.

RMG Networks buys Pharmacy TV

RMG Networks

, a place-based video entertainment company, has acquired Pharmacy TV, an in-store narrowcast media network for pharmacy retail chains. No financial terms were disclosed. Pharmacy TV had raised a small amount of funding from Nueva Ventures, while RMG Networks is a portfolio company of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and National CineMedia LLC.

Regence acquires Kinetix

Regence BlueShield of Washington

has acquired the assets of Kinetix Living Corp., a Seattle-based provider of customized health and nutrition programs to corporate clients and individuals. No financial terms were disclosed. Kinetix had been a portfolio company of Maveron.