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MongoDB Raises $150 Million In VC Funding

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MongoDB has raised $150 million in funding with a $1.2 billion valuation.  This makes MongoDB the most valuable Internet startup in New York, according to Bloomberg.  New investors that participated in this deal includes EMC Corp. and Salesforce.com.  Previous investors that participated in this round includes Red Hat, Intel, New Enterprise Associates, and Sequoia Capital.  T. Rowe Price Group and Altimeter Capital were also part of this round as first-time investors.  MongoDB has now raised over $231 million.

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NoSQL DB Company 10gen Raises $81 Million Total

Intel Capital and Red Hat has invested in NoSQL database company 10gen.  10gen has now raised a total of $81 million.  10gen is known as being the sponsor for popular open source NoSQL database MongoDB.  This round of funding was undisclosed.  According to TechCrunch, the company now has a total of $81 million in funding.

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10gen Raises $42 Million From NEA, Sequoia, Flybridge, and USV


10gen is the company that is known for creating the MongoDB open source data software. 10gen has raised a $42 million round of funding to improve upon their technology. 10gen receives most of their revenue by offering support and consulting MongoDB. 10gen customers include Foursquare, Disney, eBay, and Viacom. 10gen has seen a 50% quarter-over-quarter sales growth during the past 5 quarters. This round of funding was led by New Enterprise Associates. Other investors that participated include Sequoia Capital, Flybridge Capital, and Union Square Ventures. 10gen has raised a total of $73 million to date.
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10gen Raises $6.5 Million From Sequoia Capital, Flybridge, and Capital Partners


Open source software developer company 10gen has raised $6.5 million. 10gen is best known for developing the database software MongoDB. MongoDB is a database software that lets you manage large-scale databases. MongoDB includes an analytics set that tracks the usage on a website. MongoDB users include Foursquare and Bit.ly.
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