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    Thursday, January 10, 2013
    Streetline Pulls Up With $25M For Smart Parking Sensors, Data
    Foster City-based Streetline said Thursday that it has raised $25M in a Series C funding round, which was led by True Ventures, and also included Citi and Qualcomm Ventures, along with Sutter Hill Ventures, RockPort Capital Partners, and Fontinalis Partners. The firm develops real time parking meter technology which are being used to capture real time occupancy data around the arrival and departure of a car in a parking spot.

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    Adura Technologies Acquired By Acuity Brands
    San Francisco-based Adura Technologies, a developer of wireless communications, control, and energy management products for the lighting industry, has been acquired by Acuity Brands. Financial terms of the buy were not disclosed. Adura Technologies had been venture backed by Claremont Creek Ventures, NGEN Partners, and VantagePoint Venture Partners. The company had been founded in 2005 to apply radio frequency mesh networking technology to con (More info...)

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    Guavus Adds $30M
    San Mateo-based Big Data software analytics developer Guavus said today that it has raised $30M in a new round of funding. The funding was led by Investor Growth Capital (IGC), and also included QuestMark Partners, Artiman Ventures, Sofinnova Ventures and Intel Capital. Guavus is providing business intelligence software which uses Big Data techniques to help companies with their operations. The firm is led by Anukool Lakhina. The company said the fundi (More info...)

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    Host Analytics Lands $17M
    Redwood City-based Host Analytics said this week that it has raised $17M in a Series D financing round. The funding came from existing investors, which include Advanced Technology Ventures, Trident Capital, StarVest Partners and Next World Capital. Host Analytics said the funding will go towards growth, including both North American and international expansion. Host Analytics develops cloud-based, enterprise performance management software.

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