The series B round of funding, led by the highly esteemed venture capital company Venrock, helped Hyper9 Inc raise $8million. The existing investors Matrix Partners, Maples Investments, and Silverton Partners also participated in the funding round of Hyper9 - a firm well-known for providing management information for virtual infrastructures.
The second funding round for the San Jose, California-based content-compression software maker Ocarina Networks brought in an investment of $20 million. The round, led by Jafco Ventures, also included current investors - Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Highland Capital Partners - who, together with others, had raised $11 million in the previous round.
After having closed its second funding round in January, data warehousing startup Aster Data Systems has added another $5 million to its closed round, with the add-up investment coming from new investor Institutional Venture Partners (IVP). With the additional funds, Aster's total funds have touched $27 million.
In its third round of funding, the startup Appirio, which puts together various online business applications and platforms, has raised $10 million. The funding round, marking a $16.7 million total raising, was led by GGV Capital - with an $8.2 million investment - and included earlier investor Sequoia Capital, with a $1.8 million contribution.
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