VC funding: Pixeom, Augean Robotics, Elvie, MemVerge, Mailgun

Technology companies such as Pixeom, Augean Robotics, Cambridge Blockchain, Elvie, MemVerge, Mailgun Technologies, Seedo, CollegeVine, Movellus, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds.
VC funding investmentsPixeom

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

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

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.

Mailgun Technologies

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).