Online ad network JellyCloud has called down part of its $11.5 million Series A1 round of funding. This presumably will be used to extend its ad operations.

The company has a patented technology to pull consumer data from a lot of sources across the web and create anonymous user profiles with help advertisers target an audience.

The Redwood City, CA-based JellyCloud’s call down is for $6 million. The $11.5 million round was participated in by U.S. Venture Partners, SoftBank, Sand Hill Capital and Cross Link Capital.


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