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P2P company gets $20 million in funding

Utah-based NextPage, whose technology enables file servers to talk to each other, says it has raised about $20 million in its second round of financing. The company received funding from Oak Investment Partners, ePartners, Dominion Ventures and Amp Capital Partners. NextPage said the funding will be used to increase the adoption of its peer-to-peer content networking platform. The company also appointed Ann Lamont of Oak Investment and John Stevens of Amp Capital to its board of directors.

    Utah-based NextPage, whose technology enables file servers to talk to each other, says it has raised about $20 million in its second round of financing. The company received funding from Oak Investment Partners, ePartners, Dominion Ventures and Amp Capital Partners. NextPage said the funding will be used to increase the adoption of its peer-to-peer content networking platform. The company also appointed Ann Lamont of Oak Investment and John Stevens of Amp Capital to its board of directors.