News and Events
  • Headlines
  • Events
  • Interviews
  • Jobs
  • Members Only
  • Dealflow
  • Companies
  • Investors
  • People
  • Exits
  • PowerSearch
  • Statistics
  • About
  • Membership
  • About
  • Contact Us
  • Search News
    Subscribe with Bloglines Subscribe in NewsGator Online Add to My Yahoo Add to SimplyHeadlines Daily Email

    Wednesday, December 12, 2012
    Plizy Finds $4M For Video Discovery
    San Francisco-based online video discovery service Plizy announced Wednesday that it has raised $4M in a Series A funding round. The round came from Atlas Venture. Plizy, headed by Jonathan Benassaya, said the funding comes on top of an earlier, $1.2M in angel funding for the company. Plizy develops an online service and iPad application which helps users find movie, television, and videos online from all of the major video services.

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 (More)(Full story)

    CloudVelocity Nabs $5M For Cloud Automation
    Santa Clara-based CloudVelocity, a developer of cloud automation tools aimed at high availability failover and migration, said Wednesday that it has raised $5M in a Series A funding. The funding came from Mayfield Fund. The company, which is led by Rajeev Chawla, develops software which helps users clone, migrate, and failover cloud applications running on Amazon Web Services.

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 (More)(Full story)

    Canopy Labs Finds $1.5M
    Canopy Labs, a Y-Combinator company which develops data analytics software for helping companies organize and prioritize their sales leads, has raised $1.5M in a funding round. The funding was led by BDC Venture Capital, and also included Peter Thiel's Valar Ventures. The firm has offices in both Toronto and San Francisco, and is led by Wojciech Gryc.

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 (More)(Full story)

    KooZoo Gets $2.5M For Local, Live Video Feeds
    San Francisco-based KooZoo, a startup which is developing a service which allows users to share live video feeds of local placess and things, has raised $2.5M in a funding round. The round was led by New Enterprise Associates and Tugboat Ventures, and also included Dave Moellenhoff ( and Michael Covarrubias (TMG Partners), among other angels. KooZoo's service lets people gain access to live, crowd-source video of different neighborhoods a (More info...)

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 (More)(Full story)

    23andMe Decodes Another $50M
    Mountain View-based 23andMe, the personalized genetics company led by Anne Wojcicki, said yesterday that it has received more than $50M in a new financing round. The round came from new investor Yuri Milner, and also included Sergey Brin, New Enterprise Associates, Google Ventures and MPM Capital. As part of the funding, 23andMe said it has lowered the pricing of its Personal Genome Service to $99.00. The new funding will go towards infrastructure, pro (More info...)

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 (More)(Full story)

    Jibe Mobile Gets $8.3M
    Mountain View-based Jibe Mobile, a provider of cloud-based telephony service, software, and APIs, said today that it has raised $8.3M in a funding round. The funding came from Vodafone Ventures, Tokyo-based MTI, and other investors. Jibe Mobile is led by Amir Sarhangi. The firm said it provides a SDK which helps developers add real-time, app-to-app and multi-user capability in mobile applications.

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 (More)(Full story)

    Costanoa Venture Capital Raises $100M Fund
    Palo Alto-based Costanoa Venture Capital, a new venture capital fund founded by Greg Sands, said today that it has raised a $100M, early stage venture capital fund. The firm said it will invest in early stage, cloud-based services for businesses and consumers. Costanoa said that its target will be on Series A and seed investments ranging from $500,000 to $3M. The firm said it currently has investments in Datalogix, DemandBase, Guardian Analytics, In (More info...)

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 (More)(Full story)

    SolarCity Chops IPO Estimates
    San Mateo-based SolarCity, the provider of solar power financing programs, has lowered its IPO pricing, and boosted its offering size, ahead of a possible IPO. SolarCity said it is now offering to sell 11,434,988 in its IPO, and estimates the IPO price at $8.00 per share. That price is less than the initial, $13.00 to $15.00 range that the company estimated earlier. SolarCity is looking to trade on the NASDAQ Global Market as SCTY.

    posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012(Full story)

    Binary Pulse Technology Marketing: We Create Demand
    Binary Pulse Technology Marketing
    We Create Demand for California's Technology Companies

    For more than ten years, dozens of California's industry-leading
    tech firms have turned to Binary Pulse for their demand-generating
    strategies and programs.

    Our services include:

    -- Demand Generation Planning and Execution
    -- Channel Program Development
    -- Lead Capture and Management
    -- Web Site Development & Search Engine Marketing
    -- Corporate and Product Branding
    -- Online Integration Strategies
    -- Reseller Recruitment
    -- Multimedia Presentations
    -- Social Media Marketing

    Please visit us at
    to learn more or give us a call at 949-336-7400.

    Enter your email to receive this news via our free email newsletter.

    Submit Your News