Thursday, September 20, 2007

Peermeta Raises Funding for Web2.0 + Mobile

Peermeta, a start-up based in Acton, Mass., closed on a $6 million Series A investment for its development of Web 2.x enabled software platforms for intelligent end points utilizing mobile broadband infrastructure.

The funding came from Sigma Partners and Kepha Partners.

Peermeta aims to provide a foundation for a new generation of personalized content across web-enabled mobile devices (handsets, PDAs, media players, gaming devices).

Peermeta is led by Cheng Wu, who founded Arris Networks, ArrowPoint and Acopia Networks, and who also was General Manager of Cisco's Content and Multiservice Edge businesses.


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