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Short Take: Emperative gets $20 million

Emperative, a software company that provides self-provisioning functions for high-speed, or "broadband," Internet service providers, has received $20 million in second round funding. The round of financing was led by Pequot Capital, with additional funding by first-round investors Greylock, Pilot House Ventures, cable pioneer Amos Hostetter's investment unit, and Kettle Partners. Emperative's software aims to allow broadband customers to set up and change their service remotely.

Emperative, a software company that provides self-provisioning functions for high-speed, or "broadband," Internet service providers, has received $20 million in second round funding. The round of financing was led by Pequot Capital, with additional funding by first-round investors Greylock, Pilot House Ventures, cable pioneer Amos Hostetter's investment unit, and Kettle Partners. Emperative's software aims to allow broadband customers to set up and change their service remotely.