Civcom said Tuesday it received a $10.5 million second round of funding, which was led by Mercator Broadband Partners. Israel-based Civcom also attracted investments from Formula Ventures, Omninet Capital and previous investors Concord Ventures and Aurum-SBC Ventures. The company, which has raised a total of $21 million, designs a family of high-speed optical switches. The switches are developed to eliminate the need to convert optical signals to electrical ones at metropolitan network junctions.
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