Investors: Atlas Venture, New Leaf Venture Partners and Pfizer Inc.
Details: Develops analytics technology focused on predictive cancer treatment options. The funding is the first call down of an $18M funding round, according to a regulatory filing. The company previously raised about $62M in funding.
South San Francisco
Investors: Pfizer Ventures (co-led), Laboratory Corp of America Holdings (co-led), Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Maverick Capital and TPG Biotech Partners.
Details: Provides single cell proteomics research. The company has now raised $20M in total funding.
OriGene Technologies Inc.
Investors: IDG-Accel, SBI & TH Venture Capital Enterprise, Zero2IPO, Morningside Venture Investments and President International Development Corp.
Details: Provides genome-related biotech services. The company also has operations in China.
Los Gatos, Calif.
Investors: Peabody Energy.
Details: Develops technology that can convert carbon dioxide into green building materials. Investor Peabody Energy is a large private sector coal company. Calera previously raised VC funding from Khosla Ventures.
Solar Junction Corp.
San Jose, Calif.
Investors: Draper Fisher Jurvetson, New Enterprise Associates and Advanced Technology Ventures.
Details: Develops triple junction solar cells for the concentrated solar market. The company raised about $12M in 2008 from DFJ and ATV.
Investors: Cogentrix Energy (subsidiary of Goldman Sachs), Intel Capital and PCG Clean Energy & Technology Fund.
Details: Develops advanced solar cell technologies. The company was formed in 2008 as an independent spinout from Intel Corp. and received an initial $50M in funding commitments.
UpWind Solutions Inc.
Investors: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (led) and MissionPoint Capital Partners.
Details: Provides wind asset management services. The company previously raised about $10M in funding from MissionPoint since 2007.
Investors: DAG Ventures (led), Benchmark Capital and Ignition Partners.
Details: Provides legal information for consumers online. The company previously raised $12.5M in funding from Benchmark and Ignition.
Hanover Township, Pa.
Investors: Alumni Capital Network (led) and Brook Venture Partners.
Details: Operates as an online retailer of baby and children’s products. The company previously raised $3.5M from Brook Venture Partners in 2007.
Investors: Bluerun Ventures and individual investors Ron Conway, Brian Pokorny and David Lee.
Details: Provides iPhone app reviews and recommendations.
Investors: Polaris Venture Partners and individual investors Jason Calacanis, Ken Lerer, Ben Lerer, Josh Kushner and Jared Kushner.
Details: Develops an online career search incorporating social networking, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to show job seekers who they know at companies posting job openings. The website has not yet launched.
Investors: Mission Ventures (led), First Round Capital, Emergence Capital Partners and Maveron LLC.
Details: Develops a filtered Web browser for children and operates a kid-friendly website with age-appropriate content. The company previously raised about $8M, according to Thomson Reuters.
Investors: Oregon Angel Fund.
Details: Provides vacation home management services with social networks.
Mountain View, Calif.
Investors: Redpoint Ventures (led), Shasta Ventures, First Round Capital and Bay Partners.
Details: Operates an online gift card marketplace. The company previously raised $4.8M in funding. Allen Beasley, partner of Redpoint, has joined the board.
Investors: Metamorphic Ventures.
Details: Develops secure electronic billing solutions. The
based provider of electronic bill presentation and payment solutions.
Investors: Venrock (led), First Round Capital, U.S. Venture Partners and individual investors.
Details: Provides real-time language translation services of online sites.
Investors: Emerald Technology Ventures (led) and Access Venture Partners.
Details: Develops LED solid-state lighting products.
Ankeena Networks Inc.
Santa Clara, Calif.
Details: Develops new media technology to distribute and store online video. The company has now raised $16M in total funding from Clearstone Venture Partners, Mayfield Fund and Trinity Ventures.
Investors: DFJ Gotham Ventures (led), Contour Venture Partners, eValue, NYCSeed and Wider Wake Network.
Details: Provides on-demand video preparation and distribution solutions for media companies. The company previously raised $1M in seed funding from Greycroft Partners.
Investors: Battelle Ventures (led), Novitas Capital, Technology Venture Partners, Fujikura and NTT Electronics Corp.
Details: Makes optical modules for the delivery of high-bandwidth applications. The company previously raised about $17M in funding since 2005.
Investors: Associated Partners.
Details: Develops customized, fiber-based backhaul networks.
Investors: Qualcomm (led), Trinity Ventures, InterWest Partners and Leapfrog Ventures
Details: Develops low-power wireless video networking technology for a range of applications, including security. The company previously raised $7M in funding.
Investors: MissionPoint Capital Partners.
Details: Makes chemicals, such as silicon, germanium and boron chemistry, for the solar cell and semiconductor industries. The company previously raised $12.5M from Intel Corp.
Redwood City, Calif.
Investors: Nauta Capital, Caja Navarra, Kreos Capital and grants and soft loans from The State of Catalonia and the federal government.
Details: Develops open-source cloud-computing platform. The company previously was operating in semi-stealth mode from its founding location in Barcelona, Spain, before relocating to Silicon Valley.
Investors: Next Stage Capital and Emerald Stage Capital.
Details: Develops usage-based billing for enterprise and Internet customers. The company, f.k.a. Apogee Networks Inc., has now raised about $65M in total funding since 1998.
Salt Lake City
Details: Develops collaborative translation technology. The strategic deal also includes an agreement in which In-Q-Tel will license additional enterprise versions of Lingotek’s Web-based product. The company had previously raised at least $5M from In-Q-Tel, Canopy Ventures, Flywheel Ventures and individual investors.
Investors: Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, Starfish Technology Fund and Southern Cross Group.
Details: Develops storage software services. The company previously raised $5M in funding.
Aerohive Networks Inc.
Santa Clara, Calif.
Investors: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Northern Light Venture Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Details: Develops mission-critical networks optimized for voice over wireless LAN applications. The company previously raised $24M in funding, including a $4M round of funding in 2006 from Lightspeed and Northern Light.