Dialpad, a Cloud communications platform, has raised $170 million in a funding round led by investment firm ICONIQ Capital.
Dialpad raised $418 million to date.
Venture capital firms such as Amasia, GV and T-Mobile Ventures have also participated during the funding round.
The San Francisco-based Dialpad offers a platform that allows customers to do video meetings, messaging and the like. Some of the main customers of Dialpad include Motorola Solutions, Netflix, Uber Technologies and WeWork, among its customers.
Dialpad was founded by Craig Walker, who also started GrandCentral Communications, a startup that was later acquired by Google.
Dialpad said it would use the fresh funds for further development of its platform and hiring.