Recently Announced Venture Capital Deals

Issuer Category Round # Amount (M) Lead Investors
Enerpulse Inc. Albuquerque, N.M. Makes a new type of spark plug. Auto A $2.3 Altira.
Acuity Pharmaceuticals Philadelphia Develops RNA interference therapeutics to treat ophthalmic diseases. Bio tech A $2.4 Ben Franklin Technology Partners, BioAdvance, individual investors.
Acceleron Pharma Boston Develops drugs for the treatment of musculoskeletal and metabolic disorders. Bio tech A $25.0 Polaris Venture Partners (led), Advanced Technology Ventures, Flagship Ventures, Venrock Associates, Sutter Hill Ventures.
Morphotek Inc. Exton, Pa. Develops protein and antibody products using gene evolution technology. Company has raised $38M to date, including a $10M deal in 2001 at a PMV of $20M. Bio tech C $26.0 Forward Ventures (led), S.R. One Ltd., Morgenthaler Ventures, Rock Maple Ventures, China Development Industrial Bank, DSM Venturing, Flagship Ventures, Burrill & Co., CB Health Ventures, Trieste.
Inovys Corp. Pleasanton, Calif. Provides semiconductor testing equipment. Company has raised $38.8M since 1999, including a $17.7M Series B in 2001 at a PMV of $30M. Chips C $16.3 Storm Ventures (led), HIG Ventures, Hotung Ventures, Revolution Ventures, CMEA Ventures, Palomar Ventures, TechFarm, Synopsys Inc.
Kilopass Technology Sunnyvale, Calif. Develops non-volatile memory chips. Terms of the deal were undisclosed. Chips NA $0.0 Nokia Venture Partners, InveStar Capital, iGlobe Partners.
Intrepid Learning Solutions Seattle Makes educational software for e-learning services. Company has raised almost $7.5M to date. Edu C $4.3 Rustic Canyon Partners (led), Madrona Venture Group, Buerk Dale Victor, Staenberg Venture Partners.
MDG Medical Inc. Cleveland Makes automated pharmaceutical dispensing system for use in hospitals and long-term care facilities. Med tech B $7.5 LSWK Investment, RSL Investment Management (the VC arm of Estee Lauder Cosmetics heir Ronald S. Lauder), Michael Siegal (CEO and president of Olympic Steel).
Actona Technologies Los Gatos, Calif. Provides services for Wide Area Networks, such as storage centralization. Company has raised $21M to date. Deal to be announced Monday. Network C $10.0 Mayfield (led), Sequoia Capital, Cisco Systems, Evergreen Partners, Fantine Group.
CoreStreet Somerville, Mass. Develops security software for companies. Company has raised $14M to date. Two Updata partners join the board. Security B $8.5 POD Holdings (co-led), Updata Venture Partners (co-led), individual investors.
Preventsys Inc. Carlsbad, Calif. Provides vulnerability assessment sofware. Company has raised $15M since 2002. Also, Thomas E. Rowley was named CEO. He was the chairman, CEO and co-founder of Counterpane Internet Security. Security B $3.0 UV Partners.
Above All Software Inc. San Mateo, Calif. Develops point-and-click software. Company has raised $18M since 2002 and was formelry known as BAM! Software. Software B $11.5 Greylock (led), JPMorgan Partners, Granite Ventures, Adobe, SipplMacDonald Ventures.
Bridgestream Inc. Oakland Provides authorization management software. Company has raised $7M since 1999. Software A-1 $3.5 Hummer Winblad Venture Partners (co-led), Outlook Ventures (co-led), Polestar Capital, WBCW, NewVista Capital.
Catalytic Inc. Palo Alto, Calif. Develops software for DSP application productivity. Series A was at a PMV of just over $12M. Software A $6.0 New Enterprise Associates (led), ITU Ventures.
CombineNet Inc. Pittsburgh, Penn. Makes inventory software. ATV partner Bill Wiberg joins the board. Deal to be announced Monday. Software C $12.0 Advanced Technology Ventures (led), Apex Ventures, eCentury, Revolution.
Nimcat Networks Inc. Ottawa Provides peer-to-peer call processing software. The amount in the Series A deal was not disclosed. Software A $0.0 Siemens Venture Capital.
Think3 Inc. Cincinnati Makes MCAD design software. Company has raised $70 million in venture funding since 1999 inception, including a $20M deal in 2000 at a PMV of $109M.Think3 is led by Chairman and CEO Joe Costello, former CEO of Cadence Design. Software F $11.0 DCM-Doll Capital Management.
Vendavo Inc. Palo Alto, Calif. Develops price management software. Company named GE executive and venture capitalist Al Crites president and CEO. Software D $6.0 DCM-Doll Capital Management, InterWest Partners, St. Paul Venture Capital, Sigma Partners, Spectrum Equity Investors.
Candera Inc. Milipitas, Calif. Provides storage solutions for IT infrastructures. Company has raised $59Msince 2000. Storage D $12.0 Athenian Venture Partners, Fort Washington Partners, AsiaTech Management, Dali Hook Partners, Hotung Group, New Enterprise Associates, Redpoint Ventures, Venture Strategy Partners.
Dust Inc. Berkeley, Calif. Develops wireless mesh sensor networks. Wireless A $7.0 Foundation Capital (led), Institutional Venture Partners, In-Q-Tel.
Integrian Inc. Durham, N.C. Provides wireless products and technologies. Company named Peter Durand its new CEO. Wireless A $5.5 InterSouth Partners (led), Motorola Ventures, Wakefield Group.
Teravicta Technologies Austin, Texas Makes next-generation radio frequency solutions. Wireless D $6.0 Convergent Investors, Agave Capital.
VeriWave Inc. Beaverton, Ore. Develops test equipment for wireless LAN markets. Wireless A $4.0 U.S. Venture Partners (led), TL Ventures.