Fate Therapeutics Inc.
La Jolla, Calif.
Investors: OVP Venture Partners (led), ARCH Venture Partners, Polaris Venture Partners and Venrock.
Details: Operates as a stem cell biotech company focused on cell fate control. The company previously raised $12M in funding.
Chelsio Communications Inc.
Investors: Mobile Internet Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Invesco Private Capital, Investor Growth Capital, LSI Corp., NTT Finance, Vendanta Capital, Abacus Capital Group, Pacesetter Capital Group and Horizon Ventures.
Details: Provides10-gigabit Ethernet unified wire solutions. The company raised about $84M in funding.
Investors: Greylock Partners (led), Madrona Venture Group, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Vulcan Capital and The Hillman Co.
Details: Operates an online real estate information website. The company has now raised $30.8M in total VC funding since its 2002 inception from
Santa Clara, Calif.
Investors: Insight Venture Partners (led), Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Foundation Capital, Gabriel Venture Partners and Primera Capital.
Details: Operates an online marketplace for textbook rentals. Insight Venture Partners also led a $25M, which is on top of a $30M facility recently secured from Pinnacle Ventures and TriplePoint Capital. Deven Parekh from Insight Venture Partners has joined the Chegg board of directors.
Palo Alto, Calif.
Investors: Charles River Ventures.
Details: Operates an online ecommerce platform for used goods.
Ready Financial Group Inc.
Investors: Rockbridge Growth Equity (led) and Flybridge Capital Partners.
Details: Provides prepaid debt cards and online bill payment services. Investor Rockbridge Growth Equity was formed by Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert. Jeff Bussgang, partner of Flybridge Capital, has joined the company board.
UNX Holdings Inc.
Investors: Goldman Sachs and Vernon & Park Capital.
Details: Develops equities and portfolio trading technology for institutional trading clients. The company has now raised about $40M in funding since 2000.
Bigfoot Networks Inc.
Investors: North Bridge Venture Partners, Palomar Ventures and Raven Venture Partners.
Details: Makes a hardware PC card that reduces in-game lag for video games. The company has now raised $20.75M in total VC funding.
Mountain View, Calif.
Investors: New Enterprise Associates (led), InterWest Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Details: Provides social, online gaming.
Zynga Game Network Inc.
Details: Develops games, such as FarmVille, for social networks. Board members include William “Bing” Gordon of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Brad Feld of Foundry Group and LinkedIn co-founder and new Greylock Partner Reid Hoffman. The company previously raised about $40M in VC funding from Kleiner Perkins, Foundry Group, Avalon Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners and Union Square Ventures.
San Mateo, Calif.
Investors: Shasta Ventures (led), DCM and Split Rock Partners.
Details: Provides eldercare and end-of-life content. The company has now raised $6M in funding.
Investors: Health Enterprise Partners.
Details: Develops health information exchanges and system solutions for hospitals and physician practices.
NextImage Medical Inc.
Investors: Chrysalis Ventures.
Details: Provides services for outpatient diagnostic imaging through its network of imaging facilities and radiology providers.
Millennial Media Inc.
Investors: New Enterprise Associates (led), Bessemer Venture Partners, Columbia Capital and Charles River Ventures.
Details: Provides mobile advertising solutions. The company has now raised about $39M in funding.
San Mateo, Calif.
Details: Develops social network applications and advertising widgets. The company has now raised about $120M from Softbank, SK Telecom Ventures, DCM, Sequoia Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Entellus Medical Inc.
Maple Grove, Minn.
Investors: Essex Woodlands Health Ventures (led), Split Rock Partners and SV Life Sciences.
Details: Develops a system for treating chronic sinusitis. Montagu Newhall Associates, which led the company’s $15M Series C round in mid-2008, was not listed as a Series D investor. The company has now raised about $55M in funding since 2006.
Investors: PTV Sciences, the State of Texas Emerging Technology Fund and Gatebridge Investments.
Details: Develops spine diagnostics technology.
Palo Alto, Calif.
Investors: Altos Ventures and TechOperators.
Details: Provides antivirus software for social networking sites. Ho Nam of Altos Ventures has joined the board.
Investors: Health Evolution Partners and Goldman Sachs.
Details: Develops desktop software, enterprise solutions, and chemical databases for the life sciences and chemical industries. The company previously raised more than $26M from Goldman Sachs and Edison Venture Funds.
Investors: Second Century Ventures.
Details: Provides online document delivery and signature solutions. Second Century Ventures is the VC find of the National Association of Realtors. DocuSign previously raised about $33M from WestRiver Capital, Frazier Technology Ventures, Ignition Partners and Sigma Partners.
Investors: Morgenthaler Ventures (led), DoCoMo Capital and Troika Dialog.
Details: Develops information capturing technologies, including handwriting recognition software and personal content management applications. The company has now raised about $24M in funding since 2006.
Investors: NewSpring Capital (led) and Fidelity Ventures.
Details: Develops software for insurance carriers. The company raised $18M in financing last year.
Investors: Intel Capital.
Details: Develops cloud computing software.
Investors: Sequoia Capital (led), Shasta Ventures, First Round Capital and SoftTech VC.
Details: Provides bookkeeping software and services for small businesses. The company has now raised $7M in total funding.
Zenph Sound Innovations Inc.
Investors: Intersouth Partners (led) and Capitol Broadcasting Co.
Details: Develops software that transforms music into algorithms data to understand how musicians perform.
Active Storage Inc.
Investors: Intel Capital (led), Mission Ventures and Valhalla Partners.
Details: Provides media data storage solutions for Apple computers.
Mt. Kisco, N.Y.
Investors: Oak Street Investments.
Details: Provides third-party remote video auditing technology and services.
Investors: Morgenthaler Partners, Index Ventures, Legend Ventures, Omni Capital and TD Fund.
Details: Develops entertainment platforms and services for cable TV and Internet video. The company previously raised about $53M in funding, including a $33M infusion last year at a post-money valuation of approximately $170M.
WideVine Technologies Inc.
Investors: Constellation Ventures and VantagePoint Venture Partners.
Details: Provides encryption and key management systems which enable secure video services on broadband networks. The funding is the first close of a $9.7M funding round, according to a regulatory filing.
Investors: Spark Capital (led), Lockheed-Martin Corp. and Northrup Grumann Corp.
Details: Develops mobile broadband and multimedia technology. The company had previously raised about $155M in VC funding from DCM, Northwood Ventures and others before it was acquired for about $100M in 2007 by NextWave Wireless Inc. The company’s co-founders bought IPWireless back last year. The latest round of funding is its first since the co-founders regained ownership.