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RedPoint

Play a popular Malaysian game aimed at collecting cards of the red color.

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Redpoint

Redpoint, your one stop climbing grade converter. Convert bouldering or route grades right at the crag on your iPhone or iPod Touch for free....

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RedPoint F Gas Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Field Service App

Manage all your Air Conditioning and Refrigeration jobs with your iPad or iPhone. * Create E-mail and print commissioning and F Gas certificates as...

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Wine Access Wine Search

This is the first app by Wine Access, Canadas premier resource for wine aficionados and newbies alike.Wine Access has an extensive collection of...

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Wine Access

Published six times per year, Wine Access is written by Canadians and covers international and Canadian wines from a Canadian point of view.The...

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The Hospitality Show 2015

The Hospitality Show, which is being staged at Birmingham NEC from 19th-21st January, will be a spectacular demonstration of the best of British...

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CRAFT GUILD OF CHEFS AWARDS 2015

The 2015 Craft Guild of Chef's Awards will be held at the London Park Lane Hilton on June 15th 2015.As always the awards will be the highlight of...

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Zimbra founder becomes Redpoint partner

Satish Dharmaraj, former CEO of the open-source e-mail company, intends to focus investments at the Silicon Valley VC firm on open source, cloud computing, and SaaS.

By March 24, 2009

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FatLens fattens up with funding

Search upstart raises $8 million in first round of funding from investment firms Redpoint Ventures and Cambrian.

By February 17, 2005

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Confluence nets $28 million second round

Confluence Networks announced Wednesday that it has raised $28.3 million in its second round, bringing the company's total funding to $45 million. Venture Strategy Partners led the round, which included participation from Redpoint Ventures and New Enterprise Associates. New investors Dali Hook Partners, Comcast Interactive Capital and Seagate Technology Investment Holdings contributed to the round. The Milpitas, Calif.-based company will use the financing to complete customer trials and to fund product development and the expansion of its sales efforts. Confluence was founded in 2000 and makes hardware and software that is designed to allocate capacity in a computer data storage network. The company plans to launch its initial product toward the end of this year.

May 30, 2002

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BigBand brings in $27 million

BigBand Networks announced Monday that it has raised $27 million in its third round of funding, which brings the total funding for the maker of cable TV routers to $57 million. New investors included round leader Charles River Ventures, Lauder Partners and CommVest. Previous investors Redpoint Ventures, Pilot House Ventures, Cedar Fund and Evergreen Investments participated in the latest round. BigBand will use the financing to expand sales, marketing and development of its gear. The Fremont, Calif.-based company's customers include Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Rogers Cable and Blue Ridge Communications. BigBand's products help cable companies provide subscribers with digital video broadcasts, HDTV (high-definition television), video-on-demand and interactive television services.

May 2, 2002

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Polaris closes $52 million round

Polaris Networks closed its second round of funding of $52 million, the company announced Monday. The round was led by Advanced Technology Ventures, which gains a seat on Polaris' board of directors, with new investors WK Technology, First Hand Capital Management and others. Previous investors such as Redpoint Ventures, Venrock Associates and Storm Ventures from the company's $22 million first round contributed to the funding. Polaris makes an optical switch for metropolitan telecom networks, which handle data within urban areas. The company, which was founded in June 2000, plans to have its gear completed for customer trials in the second quarter this year and ready to ship to customers sometime in the fourth quarter. Polaris has signed four trial agreements with either local "Baby Bell" carriers such as Verizon or long-distance phone companies such as AT&T.

March 18, 2002

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Redpoint puts out feelers for Web start-ups

The venture capital firm, which closed its first financing round this week at an eye-popping $600 million, will carve out a small slice of the proceeds to Web navigation start-up Octopus.com.

By November 12, 1999

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Sabeus Photonics picks up $16 million

Sabeus Photonics, an optical components company, said it has raised $16 million in a third round of funding. The company, which is a supplier to manufacturers such as Marconi and Alcatel Submarine, has raised a total of $24 million. The funding was led by TL Ventures. Digital Coast Ventures, CSFB Ventures and Redpoint contributed to the round. Sabeus says it will use the funds to market "high-concept" optical devices and to expand its manufacturing facilities.

By December 11, 2001

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Apple co-founder joins Danger board

Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak has taken a seat on Danger's board of directors. Danger, which will introduce its mobile computing device and service early next year, named Wozniak to join Redpoint Ventures founding partner Jeff Brody, Mobius Venture Capital Managing Director Greg Galanos, and Danger founders Andy Rubin, Joe Britt and Matt Hershenson on the board. In addition to founding Apple and helping design its groundbreaking personal computing products, Wozniak is the recipient of the National Medal of Technology. This is his first corporate board position in more than four years.

By December 5, 2001

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Apple co-founder joins Danger board

Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak has taken a seat on Danger's board of directors. Danger, which will introduce its mobile computing device and service early next year, named Wozniak to join Redpoint Ventures founding partner Jeff Brody, Mobius Venture Capital Managing Director Greg Galanos, and Danger founders Andy Rubin, Joe Britt and Matt Hershenson on the board. In addition to founding Apple and helping design its groundbreaking personal computing products, Wozniak is the recipient of the National Medal of Technology. This is his first corporate board position in more than four years.

By December 5, 2001

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Danger grabs $36 million

Danger, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based start-up working on a wireless Internet access, phone and photographic device, received $36 million in a second round of funding. The financing, led by Redpoint Ventures, includes investments from T-Venture, the venture capital arm of Deutsche Telekom; Orange Ventures; Inovate Communications Group; Diamondhead Ventures and Softbank Venture Capital--which led Danger's first round of $12 million. Jeff Brody of Redpoint joined Danger's board of directors. Danger was launched by former Apple Computer, WebTV and Philips executives. Its device is scheduled to ship in the first quarter of 2002.

By October 14, 2001