Technology companies such as Pixeom, Augean Robotics, Cambridge Blockchain, Elvie, MemVerge, Mailgun Technologies, Seedo, CollegeVine, Movellus, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds.
Pixeom, a software defined edge computing company, has raised $15 million capital funding led by Intel Capital, National Grid Partners and others. Previous investors include Samsung Catalyst Fund.
Cambridge Blockchain, a digital identity enterprise software provider, announced that PayPal has joined its Series A funding round. Cambridge Blockchain’s Series A funding round has already raised new investments from Omidyar Network and Flourish. Previous Series A investors include Foxconn’s HCM Capital, Partech Partners, Future\Perfect Ventures and Digital Currency Group.
Augean Robotics, a developer of robotic platform for the agriculture industry, has raised a $1.5 million seed funding round — led by ffVC with participation from S2G Ventures, Radicle Growth, and several others.
Elvie, a developer of smarter technology for women, announced a $42 million Series B led by IPGL and supported by Octopus Ventures and Impact Ventures UK.
MemVerge, a developer of Memory-Converged Infrastructure (MCI), has raised $24.5 million in Series A funding from Gaorong Capital, Jerusalem Venture Partners, LDV Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Northern Light Venture Capital.
Thoma Bravo, a software-focused private equity investment firm, has acquired a majority stake in Mailgun Technologies, a provider of email infrastructure software, from Turn/River Capital.
Seedo, a high-tech start-up providing automated and controlled indoor growing machine for the agriculture markets, announced $4 million capital.
CollegeVine, a provider of data-driven high school guidance and college admissions advising, has raised $24 million in Series B funding from Maywood Street Investments, Fidelity Investments, Morningside Technology Ventures and University Ventures.
Movellus announced $6 million in Series A venture funding — led by Stata Venture Partners, with participation of existing investor Intel Capital and new investor University of Michigan’s MINTS (Michigan Invests in New Technology Startups).