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InfoLibria receives $41 million in funding

InfoLibria announced on Friday that it has received $41 million in a fourth round of funding, led by Mellon Ventures. Other investors included StarVest Partners, Mitsubishi, and previous investors Adams Capital, Kemper Ventures, Patricof, Sandler Capital Partners, Madison Dearborn, GE Capital, Telesoft Partners, and Tudor Private Equity Fund. Waltham, Mass.-based InfoLibria provides streaming media equipment for its customers' networks. The equipment enables access to streaming video, audio, graphics and text from an Internet service provider or company, rather than the original source of the information. The company has raised a total of $116 million.

InfoLibria announced on Friday that it has received $41 million in a fourth round of funding, led by Mellon Ventures. Other investors included StarVest Partners, Mitsubishi, and previous investors Adams Capital, Kemper Ventures, Patricof, Sandler Capital Partners, Madison Dearborn, GE Capital, Telesoft Partners, and Tudor Private Equity Fund. Waltham, Mass.-based InfoLibria provides streaming media equipment for its customers' networks. The equipment enables access to streaming video, audio, graphics and text from an Internet service provider or company, rather than the original source of the information. The company has raised a total of $116 million.