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    Tuesday, January 15, 2013
    Google Backs Cancer Software Developer Flatiron Health
    Google Ventures, along with a long list of local Silicon Valley angels, has put its funding behind a developer of data mining and cloud-based software aimed at improving cancer treatment. Flatiron Health, based in New York, said it has raised $8M in a Series A funding today. The funding was led by Google Ventures, and also included First Round Capital, Laboratory Corporation of America, Great Oaks Capital, The Social+Capital Partnership, SV Ang (More info...)

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    Intel Backs Japanese Semiconductor Robotics Firm
    Persimmon Technologies, a developer of vacuum robotics and other technology aimed at the semiconductor, LED, solar, and other manufacturing markets, said it raised $5.8M in a Series B funding. The round came from Intel Capital, The Bernard M. Gordon Charitable Remainder Trust, and Nidec Sankyo. Persimmon is based in Nagano, Japan, and develops precision instrumentation used in semiconductor device manufacturing. The firm said the funding go towards expanding its portfolio, further develop (More info...)

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    vArmour Secures $6M
    Santa Clara-based vArmour Networks, a developer of security software specifically aimed at virtualized infrastructure and data centers, has raised $6M in a Series A funding. The firm said the round was led by Highland Capital Partners. Corey Mulloy of Highland Capital joins the company's board with the funding. vArmoru said it is developing software-defined security, which is aimed at securing virtualized data centers and eliminating bottlenecks in dat (More info...)

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    Kwarter Inks $4M For Second Screen
    San Francisco-based Kwarter, a developer of "second screen" applications which provide social gaming and other features linked with television broadcasts, said today that it has raised $4M in a funding round. The Series A round was led by T-Ventures, and also included Kinetic Ventures. Kwarter said it has now raised $5M in funding. The firm was founded by Carlos Diaz a (More info...)

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