Today’s funding announcements include one company that tracks users’ thoughts online and another that tracks their data:
Catch snags $7M to securely capture notes on the go: The developer of mobile apps for taking notes on smartphones has raised a first round of funding led by Excel Venture Management. Founded in 2008, the San Francisco-based startup allows users to securely write down, organize and sync notes on Android and Apple devices.
Singly gets $1.6M to help consumers use their own data: The San Francisco-based startup has raised a seed round of equity funding, according to a filing with the SEC. Founded in 2010, the company is building The Locker Project, an open source service that will help users leverage their own data from web activities. According to the company’s web site, Singly is “building things for people, not just users.”
Kaltura brings in $20M for open source video platform: The New York-based company has raised funding from Nexus Venture Partners, Intel Capital and others for its video management service. Clients in the media, education, enterprise and service provider industries use Kaltura to enhance their web offerings. The company works with more than 100,000 publishers today.
Damballa raises $12M to fight cyber threats: The network security company has raised funding from Paladin Capital Group and other investors. Based in Atlanta, the company develops solutions to protect enterprise, ISP and telco networks from criminal activity.