BigBand Networks, a Redwood City, Calif. company that sells technology to cable operators so they can offer video, voice and data services, has filed to go public and raise up to $140 million in common stock.

The company has raised about $100 million in financing since 1999 from multiple venture firms, including Redpoint Ventures, Cedar Funds, Charles River Partners, CommVest, Lauder, Meritech Capital, Time Warner Investments and Pilot House Ventures.


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