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General Bandwidth attracts $66 million

General Bandwidth said Monday that it has received $66 million in a fourth round of funding, led by Invesco. Other investors included Texas Instruments, Wheatley Partners, Granite Global Ventures, and previous investors Sevin Rosen Funds, Sequoia Capital, Oak Investment Partners, Venrock Associates, Trellis Partners, Thomas Weisel Capital Partners, CIT Venture Capital, and HLM Management. General Bandwidth's telecommunications equipment is designed to enable service providers to cut their costs for sending voice services over existing broadband networks. The Austin, Texas-based company has raised a total of $150 million. See complete list.

General Bandwidth said Monday that it has received $66 million in a fourth round of funding, led by Invesco. Other investors included Texas Instruments, Wheatley Partners, Granite Global Ventures, and previous investors Sevin Rosen Funds, Sequoia Capital, Oak Investment Partners, Venrock Associates, Trellis Partners, Thomas Weisel Capital Partners, CIT Venture Capital, and HLM Management. General Bandwidth's telecommunications equipment is designed to enable service providers to cut their costs for sending voice services over existing broadband networks. The Austin, Texas-based company has raised a total of $150 million.

See complete list.