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Predixion Software Updates Product

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San Juan Capistrano-based Predixion Software , which is venture backed by DFJ Frontier, Miramar Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures, said today that it has upgraded its flagship predictive analytics software. The firm said its updated Predixion Insight 2.0 Predixion is headed by Simon Arkell. READ MORE>>.

Predixion Software Gets $6M More

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The new, strategic investment came from an un-named investor, and also included prior investors DFJ Frontier, Miramar Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures. Predixion said the funding will go towards further product development, plus serviec, sales and marketing. READ MORE>>. predixion software venture capital analytics

Ace Metrix Gets $8M For TV Ad Analytics

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Ace Metrix , a provider of technology for television advertising analytics, said today that it has raised $8M in a funding round from WPP, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, Leapfrog Ventures, and Palomar Ventures. The company said the new funding round will go towards accelerating growth, product development, and expansion into new markets.

Predixion Software Snags $20M More For Predictive Analytics

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Prior investors DFJ Frontier, EMC, Miramar Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures also participated. Predixion said the funding will go towards accelerating product development, and to scale it sales and marketing. The company has now raised around $33M in funding. READ MORE>>.

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Ace Metrix Targets TV Advertising

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The firm, which is funded by Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures, said that the software-as-a-service product is aimed at advertisers and agencies looking to understand and compare the performance of competitive ads across their own market and other industries, and to gain feedback on their ads. READ MORE>>.

Predixion Software Raises $5M

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The round was led by DFJ Frontier, and also included Miramar Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures. Predixion said that the new funding will go towards product development, sales and marketing, and to its sales channel and strategic partnership efforts. Predixion develops a self-service, cloud based business analytics service.

Mixed Signals Acquired By Tektronix

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El Segundo-based Mixed Signals , a developer of digital content monitoring products for the cable and satellite television, broadcast, and IPTV market, has been acquired by test equipment giant Tektronix. Mixed Signals was venture funded by Maverick Capital, Palomar Ventures, and RRE, and was headed by Eric Conley, and was founded in 1997.

CoreObjects Scores $2M In Venture Funding

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Los Angeles-based CoreObjects , a provider of outsourced product development services to the venture-backed technology community, has raised $2.0M in a equity funding round, according to a regulatory filing by the firm today. Details on the funding have not yet been released by the company. READ MORE>>.

CoreObjects Acquired By Indian Firm

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According to Symphony Service Corp. , a provider of software product engineering services based in Bangalore, India, it has acquired CoreObjects and its delivery centers in Bangalore and Pune, India. Symphony Services said the buy expands its offerings in product development and embedded product development. READ MORE>>.

Ace Metrix Gets Investment From WPP

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According to the two, the deal comes as part of a strategic partnership, where Ace Metrix will work with WPP companies to syndicate its products to clients of WPP. The firm is also backed by Leapfrog Ventures, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Palomar Ventures. Financial terms of the investment were not disclosed. READ MORE>>.

DATAllegro Acquisition Completes

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Microsoft said that DATAllegro's technology will show up in Microsoft SQL Server through community technology previews (CTPs) within the next 12 months, with full product availability scheduled for the first half of 2010. Financial terms of the acquisition have not been disclosed. READ MORE

Interview with Steve Goldman, Ace Metrix

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Ace Metrix is venture backed by Hummer Winblad, and Palomar Ventures. Luckily enough, we were able to get the attention of Hummer Winblad, and specifically, Anne Winblad, as well as Jim Gauer at Palomar Ventures. They saw the natural connection, and we were funding in August with our product, and started marketing in March.