Intel Capital Invests $60 Million In Eight Startups


Today, Intel Capital announced new investments in eight startups totaling $60 million. Below is each company, along with the size of the round they just raised. (Not all would disclose when I asked during the conference call). And while Intel led most of the investments it was not the sole investor, so the total adds up to more than $60 million.

Accertify (fraud management for online transactions): $4 million round.

Grid Net (energy management and smart grids for consumers): size not disclosed, but GE Capital and Catamount Ventures also invested.

HealthiNation (online health videos): did not disclose.

Internet Mall (Czech-based online retailer targeting Central Europe): $45 million (28 million Euros).

TOA Technologies (mobile workforce management): $13 million

Veoh Networks (Web video): $30 million

Vostu (Ning-like social network for Latin America): $1.3 million seed round.

Vriti Infocom (education marketplace in India): did not disclose. Intel was the only investor