Skyfire Raises $5 Million More In Second Round Of Capital


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Mountain View, Calif.-based Skyfire has raised $5 million in a third second round of funding, according to a regulatory filing. peHUB reports the company previously raised $17.8 million from Lightspeed Venture Partners, Matrix Partners and Trinity Ventures. No new investors were listed on the filing. UPDATE: A spokesperson clarified that the new funding will be part of the company’s second round, totaling $18 million. Altogether, the company has raised $22.8 million.

The company, which makes a high-end mobile browser that’s capable of playing video, replaced its CEO in July. Jeffrey Glueck, previously chief marketing officer at Travelocity, took over the position from co-founder Nitin Bhandari, who became Chief Product Officer. The browser currently works on some Windows Mobile and Symbian phones.


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