Alameda, CA medtech venture LifeMap Solutions, Inc. has raised $5 million in seed funding. Its parent company, LifeMap Sciences, Inc., led the round. The investment saw in-kind support from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, says a press release.
Seattle’s Igneous Systems has secured $23.6 million in a Series A funding round. New Enterprise Associates led the investment, which saw contributions from Madrona Venture Group, Isilon Systems co-founder, Sujal Patel, and Redpoint Ventures. Madrona Venture Group had earlier led a $3 million seed investment joined by Redpoint Ventures. The startup is “reimagining the future of rapidly-expanding data center infrastructures,” says a press release.
Storage platform provider Maxta has gained $25 million in Series B funding. New backers Tenaya Capital and Intel Capital led the investment, while current investor Andreessen Horowitz contributed. The company is based in Sunnyvale, CA.
Pasadena-based private cloud solutions company Metacloud Inc. has realized a $15 million Series B investment. New backers Pelion Venture Partners, UMC Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank joined previous investors Canaan Partners, Storm Ventures and AME Cloud Ventures in funding the round. The company received $10 million in Series A funding last year.
Clinical intelligence company QPID Health has revealed a $12.3 million Series B funding round led by New Leaf Venture Partners. All the company’s Series A backers contributed to the new investment. Its earlier round, valued at $4.4 million, came from Matrix Partners, the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization, Partners Innovation Fund and Cardinal Partners. Boston-based QPID leveraged 4,000 active clinical users at the end of last year, a figure that climbed to 5,000 clinician users in Q1 of 2014, according to a press release.
Chelmsford, Massachusetts-based FRX Polymers Inc. has completed an $8 million Series C-2 investment led by PMV. Existing shareholders DB Masdar Cleantech Fund, Evonik Venture Capital, BASF Venture Capital and others contributed, says a press release. In all, the company’s Series C round comes to $20 million. FRX delivers flame retardant plastic and oligomers.
Luxury goods e-commerce platform The RealReal has received $20 million in a Series C investment. DBL Investors, InterWest Partners, Expansion Capital, Canaan Partners, eVentures and Greycroft provided funding for the round. The San Francisco company leverages 2.4 million members and has shipped upwards of 450,000 luxury items, says a press release.
Woburn, Massachusetts-based Perfecto Mobile has secured $20 million in growth equity funding from FTV Capital, a new backer. Current investors Vertex, Globespan Capital Partners and Carmel contributed to the round. “Perfecto Mobile’s strong leadership and executive vision coupled with its innovative technology has enabled it to become the de facto leader in the growing $9 billion mobile app quality market,” said Liron Gitig, partner at FTV Capital, in a press release.
San Francisco-based bitcoin digital wallet Coinbase has picked up the team behind Kippt (also out of San Francisco) and Inc, according to Coinbase. Kippt and Inc’s founders came from the same Y Combinator group as Coinbase. Kippt is “a tool to store and share knowledge, ideas and inspiration from around the web,” says a post on the company’s blog, while Inc is “an organization version of Kippt aimed at giving companies an elegant communication tool.”
“Today signifies a huge milestone in the Adometry story as we announce our acquisition by Google,” reads a post on Adometry’s web site by Paul Pellman, CEO. The Austin, TX cross-channel attribution company had raised $8 million in 2013. Google is headquartered in Mountain View, California.
U.K.-based private equity firm Permira has revealed a company the Permira funds owns has agreed to purchase Germany’s TeamViewer, a company delivering secure remote support software and Online Meetings, says a press release. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.