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Smyform Closes Strategic Investment From Second Century Ventures

Smyform Closes Strategic Investment From Second Century Ventures Deal Includes Financing and a Strategic Partnership from the Venture Capital Fund of the National Association of REALTORS® Seattle, Wash. – January 16, 2013 – Symform, a revolutionary, distributed cloud backup service, today welcomed Second Century Ventures (SCV), the venture capital fund of the National Association of

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Runa Capital Sets Aside USD 50 Million to Back Cloud Computing and IT Companies

Runa Capital Sets Aside USD 50 Million to Back Cloud Computing and IT Companies Moscow-based venture capital company Runa Capital decided to increase its funding program to USD 50 million aimed at backing technology and Cloud Computing companies in Russia and abroad. The goal of the venture capital fund is to invest in early-stage Russian

Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars: Virtensys

Manchester-based Virtensys started developing I/O Virtualization technologies for servers and storage platforms and needed less than a year to secure its first round of venture capital funding in October 2006, after venture capital investors Scottish Equity Partners provided Series A funding worth GBP 6.41 million to the start-up founded by entrepreneurs who left market leaders

Skytap Secures $10 Million to Accelerate Business Growth for Cloud Automation

Skytap Secures $10 Million to Accelerate Business Growth for Cloud Automation OpenView Venture Partners Leads Round With Participation From Current Investors — Ignition Partners, Madrona Venture Group and Washington Research Foundation SEATTLE, WA–(Marketwire – January 3, 2011) –   Skytap, the leading provider of self-service cloud automation solutions, today announced an oversubscribed $10 million Series C

Nimbula raises $15M to expand cloud service

Reuters Press Release Nimbula, a provider of cloud-computing services, raised an additional $15 million in venture capital funding in a second round led by Accel Partners on Monday. It plans to use the money to promote market adoption of its on-demand computing service. Accel Partners snagged a spot on the company’s board of directors, which