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Venture capital deals in the fourth quarter may be off to strong start after a series of companies from around the Washington region collected millions of dollars from investors this week.
DLA Piper has advised Vocalocity, a provider in the SMB-hosted VoIP market, on the $130m (£82m) sale of its business to New Jersey-based telecommunications provider Vonage Holdings.
Nginx, the company behind the increasingly popular web server by the same name, today announced that it has raised a $10 million Series B round led by New Enterprise Associates.
Business Insider has featured a list of the 15 Best Startups to Work For in America and two Baltimore companies made the list: Parking Panda and Groove Commerce.
Logi Analytics, the authority on embedded analytics, today announced that it has closed a $27.5 million growth equity investment led by new investor LLR Partners. Current investor Updata Partners also participated in the round.
Speek, a platform for super simple conference calling, announced that it will be featured in the new Dell Marketplace.
The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) honored the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) with a 2013 Excellence in Economic Development Award for the FCEDA’s unique and extensive program that works with foreign companies interested in establishing or expanding operations in the United States.
AnyPresence today announced that its enterprise backend-as-a-service platform won the Top Platform/API award at DataWeek 2013.
AdMobius, the first mobile audience management platform and Lotame, the global leader in unifying data management, today announced a partnership, designed to offer publishers access to true behavioral and demographic audiences to better target ad campaigns across mobile devices.
The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is radically rethinking the way it deals with data, using Silicon Valley-based Basho Technologies’ Riak distributed database as part of its Spine2 database system used for dealing with its increasingly digitized health service.