Quantance, a secretive Sunnyvale start-up that is developing power management technology for battery powered devices, has raised an undisclosed amount of capital, according to VentureWire.

If you go to the site, you will see that investors are Eric Zimits, of Granite Ventures
Thomas Rosch, of Interwest Partners, and Kevin Negus, Camp Ventures — all of them on the board.

Management includes Vikas Vinayak, chief executive, Serge Drogi, chief technology officer and Martin Tomasz, vice president of product architecture.

VentureWire also mentions some past patents the founders had filed. VentureWire is doing the leather-on-the-street reporting, and is worth subscribing to if you want more than the little tidbits we are giving. VentureWire:

Zimits declined to comment, while Rosch and Negus didn’t immediately return requests for comment.

Quantance Chief Executive Vikas Vinayak most recently served as a business manager at Maxim Integrated Products and previously held the position of wireless applications manager at National Semiconductor, according to a public profile available on the Internet. Prior to his work in the U.S., Vinayak co-founded and served as co-CEO of the Indian company TouchBeam Systems.