Intellon raises $18M from Samsung, Intel & others for broadband via electrical outlets

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Intellon Corporation, of Ocala, Florida, which makes chips to enable broadband access via electrical outlets has raised $18 million in financing from Samsung Ventures and a long list of existing investors: BCE Capital, Comcast Interactive Capital, Duchossois Technology Partners, EnerTech Capital, Fidelity Ventures, Goldman, Sachs & Co and Intel Capital.

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