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Logitech Z-3i

There are better 2.1-speaker options than Logitech's Z-3i; spend a bit more for a superior new set or roughly the same amount for an older set.

By November 21, 2004

3 stars Editors' rating November 21, 2004

MSRP: $99.95


Pricey Bang & Olufsen headphones cater to smartphone crowd

Meet the EarSet 3i, the latest headphone design from luxury Danish hi-fi brand Bang & Olufsen.

By May 24, 2011


Dell Mini 3i smartphone ready for China launch

The Android-based Mini 3i smartphone will feature a 3.5-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, GPS, and a 3-megapixel camera.

By November 23, 2009


Newer, clearer photos surface of Dell phone

In these newer and clearer shots, we see exactly how the Mini 3i sizes up against the Apple iPhone.

By September 1, 2009


Virtualization: A feature of the hardware, not the OS?

The original version of this story misidentified one of partners using VMware ESX Server 3i. Read the updated story here.

By September 11, 2007


3i's Gagen resigns

Martin Gagen, who oversaw U.S. and Asia Pacific operations at 3i, resigns from the venture capital group.

By August 30, 2004


Vonage dials in $40 million in funding

The broadband phone provider's plan to expand into international markets gets a multimillion-dollar boost from venture capital investors 3i and Meritech Capital Partners.

By February 6, 2004


Adaytum gets $11.1 million in funding

Adaytum said Monday that it secured $11.1 million in a round of funding. The round was led by Cargill, a new investor, and existing investors such as St. Paul Venture Capital, Accenture Technology Ventures, 3i Group, J.P. Morgan H&Q and Dorsey & Whitney Ventures also participated. The Minneapolis-based company makes financial planning software. Adaytum, founded in 1990, closed a $7.4 million venture capital round in June 2001, a $6.1 million round in December 1999 and put together a $5.1 million financing deal in January 1999. Adaytum also secured $24 million in a "cash and services" investment from Accenture Technology Ventures in September 2000, and $10 million from American Express in October 2000. The company generated $51.6 million in revenue in 2001 and lists Lucent Technologies, Target, Best Buy and Pfizer as customers.

May 6, 2002


SyChip closes third round at $19.3 million

Wireless chipmaker SyChip announced Wednesday that it closed its third round of funding with an additional $4.6 million, bringing the round to $19.3 million. New investors for the extra contribution include Genesis Park, Global Strategic Investment, Intel Communications Fund, Markpoint Venture Partners, Masthead and TechQuest. The Plano, Texas-based company closed the first part of the round last November at $14.7 million, according to SyChip Chief Executive George Barber. 3i led the first stage along with participation from Alliance Technology Ventures, Lucent Technologies and Pacesetter Capital. SyChip will use the financing for marketing and development of chips used in cell phones and wireless LAN (local area network) equipment that runs on 802.11b, or Wi-Fi technology.

April 10, 2002


Synchron reels in $10 million

Synchron Networks said it has received $10 million in a second round of funding led by Onset Ventures and previous investor 3i. Onset will receive a seat on the company's board. Scotts Valley, Calif.-based Synchron Networks has raised a total of $18 million. The company develops software designed to enable companies to send secure files and applications to distributed networks on any platform or across any protocol.

By January 14, 2002