Technology companies such as Movius, Iterable, Abstract, DeepMotion, among others, have announced their latest VC funding rounds.
Movius, a cloud-based secure mobile communications software firm, has closed its $45 million Series D funding round led by new investor JPMorgan Chase & Co. with the participation of existing investors PointGuard Ventures, New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Anschutz Investment Company. The Series D round brings the total equity raised by Movius, which is headquartered in Atlanta, to $91 million.
Iterable, a growth marketing platform for cross-channel customer engagement, has raised $50 million in Series C funding. Participants in the round included Blue Cloud Ventures, CRV, Harmony Partners, Index Ventures and Stereo Capital. The current round brings Iterable’s total funding to $80 million to date.
Abstract, the git-enabled design workflow platform, has raised $30 million in Series C funding led by Lightspeed Venture Partners with participation from existing investors Scale Venture Partners, Amplify Partners, and Cowboy Ventures. Abstract’s total funding to-date reached $54.2 million. Josh Brewer is the CEO and co-founder of Abstract.
DeepMotion announced $2.2 million investment led by Samsung Venture Investment and Scrum Ventures. Kevin He is the founder and CEO of DeepMotion.
Tarana Wireless announced a $60 million financing with Khosla Ventures and EchoStar Corporation, as a follow-on to financing of $28 million led by 1010 Holdings, the family offices of Greg Wyler.
Scope AR, a augmented reality (AR) solutions firm, has secured a $9.7 million round of Series A funding — led by Romulus Capital, with follow-on investment participation from existing investors SignalFire, Susa Ventures, Haystack, New Stack Ventures, North American Corporation and Angel List. Scott Montgomerie is the CEO and co-founder of Scope AR.
AppDetex has raised $10 million in Series B equity financing led by First Analysis with existing investors including EPIC Ventures and Origin Ventures also participating in the round. AppDetex has raised 17.5 million in total funding to date. Faisal Shah and Chris Bura are the founder of the Boise-based AppDetex.
Blue Cedar announced a $17 million Series B financing round led by new investor C5 Capital with the participation of existing investors such as Benhamou Global Ventures (BGV), Generation Ventures, Grayhawk Capital and Sway Ventures. John Aisien is the CEO of Blue Cedar.
Mojo Vision has raised $58 million in a Series B investment round. The new round brings Mojo Vision’s total funding to date to over $108 million. Drew Perkins is the CEO at Mojo Vision.
Mojo Vision’s latest round includes investments from leading strategic and venture firms, including Advantech Capital, Gradient Ventures, HP Tech Ventures, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, Bold Capital Partners, LG Electronics, Kakao Ventures, and Stanford StartX.