The new VC round, led by Meritech Capital Partners, will help Bromium boost the sales push for Microvisor worldwide.
The company that’s devoted to providing commercial support for Node.js just got funding and a new CEO in PaaS pioneer Issac Roth.
Chalmers and Nick Sturiale aim to make Ignition a bigger VC name outside of the Bellevue-Redmond-Seattle nexus.
Led by two Microsoft alums, Discuzz seeks money to build a better network for sales and marketing pros.
Exclusive: Startup by Microsoft/Citrix alum emerges from stealth to help you make sense of all the information flowing to your iPhone.
Enterprise IT is a segment that has been underserved, says Ignition Partners’ Frank Artale, so Ignition launched a new fund to attack that opportunity.
Tier 3, a startup which is attacking the enterprise platform as a service (PaaS) market, just netted $10 million in new funding in a round led by Intel Capital, according to newly filed SEC documents.
Configuration management player Opscode nets $19.5 million in new Series C funding led by Ignition Partners and names Ignition’s John Connors, former Microsoft CFO, to the board. With its cash infusion, Opscode hopes to build its engineering staff and enterprise business.
Flotype says Bridge will handle all the heavy lifting of real-time communications between any device and any server so software developers can focus on what they do best — app development — not the complexities of communications infrastructure.
Keas, a San Francisco-based startup co-founded by veteran technologist Adam Bosworth has raised $6.5 million in new funds from existing investors Atlas Ventures and Ignition Parters. The company is finding success with focus on wellness as a social game and selling it to large companies.