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Invincea, a cybersecurity company operating out of Fairfax innovating the use of virtual containers (or sandboxes) to keep computers safe from malware and other attacks, announced Monday that it has received $16 million in series C equity funding.
Silicon Valley Bank, financial partner to technology and life science businesses and their investors worldwide, today announced that it has provided Lincor Solutions Inc., supplier of point of care computing platforms and patient engagement technology, with a $3 million equipment Line of Credit.
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said on Wednesday it has invested an unspecified amount in Reston-based ADR Software, a developer of technology that helps general contractors and project owners collect and document labor information.
Integrate Inc., a Scottsdale-based marketing software and media services provider, has inked a deal with Silicon Valley Bank to secure $12.5 million in financing.
DataRPM, the industry pioneer in natural language and computational search-based Business Intelligence (BI) platform for Big Data analysis, today announced the appointment of Don Clarke to its Board of Directors.
Car-search startup iGrabberAutos is changing its name to Carsquare and moving its headquarters to Arlington after winning a pitch competition judged by Aneesh Chopra, Ted Leonsis and others.
Publicis Groupe SA: Says it has acquired Verilogue Inc., a healthcare analytics firm specializing in physician-patient communication based in the U.S.Says Verilogue will become part of Publicis Healthcare Communications Group (PHCG), a healthcare communications network.
Recent graduate Jeff Stefanis (MSB ’13) is revolutionizing the way Washington residents get around their city by introducing Riide, a company that that will sell moderately priced electric bikes that double as bicycles.
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said it has invested an unspecified amount in Alexandria-based Power Supply, developer of an online network of local chefs that busy professionals can access for on-the-go meals.
The audience at the Ballston LaunchPad Challenge Finale was astonished to hear that two startups had been chosen as winners: BuilDatAnalytics and Carsquare.