Soonr raises $3M to give mobile access to home computers

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Soonr, maker of software that lets people access content on their home computers from their cell phones, just raised $3 million in third-round funding from Cisco Systems, Clearstone Venture Partners, Intel Capital and Sand Hill Capital, reports VentureWire. Last month, it announced the launch of an iPhone app that lets people open Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on their mobile devices. The Campbell, Calif. company accomplishes this by sending and retrieving information to and from the cloud.

The three-year-old company was just named one of 42 finalists in MobileMonday’s Peer Awards. It last raised funds in January 2008 amounting to $9.5 million.

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