Intelliden, a Menlo Park, Calif. company that allows businesses to configure their corporate networks, said it has received $10 million in a fifth round of funding.
It has now raised a total of $69 million in venture backing.
Matrix Partners led the round, and was joined by existing backers including 3i, Granite Global, Hercules Technology Growth Capital and Westbury Partners.
Intelliden’s networking software allows companies to things like deliver services such as VoIP, internet protocol television (IPTV) and high-definition television (HDTV).
In a statement sent to VentureBeat Monday, the company its customers include Bell Canada, British Telecom, Comcast, Scotia Capital, TELUS, Telecom Italia, Verizon and VISA.
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