Bastille Raises $27M For RF Security

San Francisco-based Bastille, a developer of software-defined radio-based threat detection products, said this week that it raised $27M in a Series B funding round. The round came from Bessemer Venture Partners, Spinnaker VC, Comcast, Keel Funds, Ballentine Partners, and individuals.Continue →

Manifold Gets $21M For Cloud Services

San Francisco-based Manifold, a provider of cloud-based developer services, said Thursday that it has raised $15M in a Series A funding. The funding came from OMERS Ventures, Boldstart Ventures, Version One Ventures, Amplify Partners and Leaders Fund. Jevon MacDonald is CEO and co-founder of Manifold.Continue →

Knightscope Raises $15M In Reg A+ Offering

Mountain View-based security robot maker Knightscope said Thursday that it has raised $15M as part of a Reg A+ offering, from over 4,000 investors. According to Knightscope, it is targeting $20M in its Series M preferred stock offering. Reg A+ offerings are a relatively new way of equity crowdfunding companies. Knightscope says its preferred stock offering is being managed by SeedInvest.Continue →

Activehours Raises $39M More

Palo Alto-based Activehours said today that it has raised $39M in an investment round, which was led by Andreessen Horowitz, and also included Matrix Partners, Ribbit Capital and March Capital Partners. Activehours operates a service that helps users manage their pay from their smartphone.Continue →

Google Buys Pixel Smartphone Team From HTC For $1.1 Billion

Mountain View-based Google and HTC Corporation said this morning that Google will pay $1.1 billion in cash to HTC and will hire a number of employees of HTC working on Google's Pixel smartphone. As part of the deal, Google will receive a non-exclusive license to HTC's intellectual property used in its phones.Continue →

Flock Finds $3.5M For HR Software

San Francisco-based Flock, a developer of human resources software said it has raised $3.5M in a Series A funding round. The funding was led by The Hartford, and also included the company's existing investors. According to Flock, it will use the funding to accelerate market expansion and ongoing development. Flock's CEO is Raj Singh. Flock develops a software platform to manage human resources (HR), benefits, and compliance.Continue →

Minio Raises $20M For Data Storage Software

Palo Alto-based Minio, which develops open source cloud storage software, has raised $20M in a Series A funding, the company said today. The funding was led by Dell Technologies Capital, General Catalyst Partners and Nexus Venture Partners, and also included Intel Capital, AME Cloud and Steve Singh. Minio is led by founder and CEO Anand Babu Periasamy. Minio says the funding will go towards accelerating product development, company growth and keeping pace with demand....Continue →

Vexata Finds $54M For Flash-Based Data Storage

San Jose-based Vexata, a developer of solid-state, data storage infrastructure, said today that it has raised $65M in a funding round. The funding came from Mayfield, Intel Capital, Lightspeed Ventures and Redline Capital. Vexata says its all-solid-state data storage infrastructure enables scaling of applications of data-intensive business applications. Vexata's CEO and co-founder is Zahid Hussain.Continue →

Patreon Gets $60M In Series C

San Francisco-based Patreon, which operates a service which lets people support creators of all kinds by becoming subscription members, has raised $60M in a Series C funding round. The funding was led by Thrive Capital, and also included Index Fund, Charles River Ventures and Freestyle Capital, and also included DJV Venture Capital. The company said the new funding will help it build out its platform, grow its staff and target new markets. Patreon is led by founder and CEO Jack Conte....Continue →

TigerGraph Takes $31M For Data Analytics Software

Redwood City-based TigerGraph, a developer of database software used for data analytics, said this morning that it has raised $31M in a Series A funding. The funding came from Qiming VC, Baidu, Ant Financial, AME Cloud, Morado Ventures, Zod Nazem, Danhua Capital and DCVC. The company--formerly known as GraphSQL--is led by Yu Xu. The company says it has developed a complete, distributed, parallel graph computing platform supporting web-scale data analytics in real-time....Continue →

TalkIQ Finds $14M In Series A Funding

San Francisco-based TalkIQ has raised $14M in a Series A funding round, the company said today. The funding was led by Scale Venture Partners, and also included Aspect Ventures, Danhua Capital, Felicis Ventures, LINE Corp and Salesforce Ventures. TalkIQ develops predictive analytics software which analyzes customer support and service calls. The Salesforce Ventures funding came from the new Salesforce AI Innovation Fund, also announced today. Dan O'Connell is CEO of TalkIQ....Continue →

Callidus Software Buys OrientDB

Dublin, California-based Callidus Software, a developer of cloud-based sales and marketing software, announced today that it has acquired OrientDB Ltd., a developer of NoSQL database software. Financial details of the acquisition were not announced. Callidus said it is using OrientDB's database as part of its Direct Selling Pro solution, which it sells to the multi-level marketing industry. OrientDB was based in London.Continue →




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