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dealstreetasia.com May 09, 2017

Dell Mergers Its VC Units To Invest $100M In Startups

Dell Technologies Inc., has combined the venture capital operations from its two predecessor companies, computer maker Dell Inc and data storage firm EMC Corp, and said it plans to invest about $100 million a year in startups.
Read by 43% of LPs

marketwired.com March 07, 2017

Early-Stage Hardware Venture Firm Lemnos Launches Third Fund

Lemnos focuses on pre-seed and seed round funding and prefers to lead or co-lead rounds ranging from $500,000 to $3 million. The firm screens hundreds of entrepreneurs each year and chooses a select few with the tenacity to transform their ideas into viable companies. Working as partners to the entrepreneurs, Lemnos takes the founders' passion for ideas and then helps them to create diverse teams, identify market forces, and uncover addressable audiences.
Read by 64% of LPs

youtube.com January 09, 2017

Why Enterprise SaaS Has Room For 'Another Dozen' Unicorns

Renowned early-stage venture capitalist Elad Gil says there is a huge market opportunity for startups looking to solve problems of Fortune 500 companies. In part four of Trusted Insight’s interview with Gil, he discusses why companies focusing solely on artificial intelligence are merely talent acquisition pools for larger firms, why the real money is in the hardware behind A.I. and the huge market opportunity for startups solving practical problems.
Read by 50% of LPs

techcrunch.com December 20, 2016

Benchmark Leads $25M Round In Deep Learning Hardware Firm

Benchmark is doing another big investment before the end of the year, and this time it’s in a hardware startup called Cerebras Systems. From what we hear from sources, the round (which we heard others were participating in) is somewhere around $25 million, though it could be as high as $30 million.
Read by 78% of LPs

businessinsider.com December 12, 2016

IoT Will Generate $12.6 Trillion ROI

We will invest $6 trillion in IoT between 2015 and 2020, which will yield $12.6 trillion ROI over the next decade. Enterprise will make up the majority of the investment dollars, followed by government and consumer.
Read by 32% of LPs

businessinsider.com December 08, 2016

100 Most Exciting Startups In New York City

A panel of 40 judges, including Business Insider's Henry Blodget and Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, chairman of Spitzer Partners, chose the finalists.
Read by 44% of LPs

theverge.com November 28, 2016

Marc Andreessen: Flying Cars Are Closer Than You Think

Marc Andreessen may be the most dedicated optimist in Silicon Valley. During a year when the public's attention was often focused on international conflict, mass shootings, and a bitter election, the co-founder of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz has insistently pointed toward progress. Until it fell silent in September, Andreessen's hyperactive Twitter feed served as a guide to the good news: people rising out of poverty, the surprising durability of the US economy, and all manner of fast-growing tech products and services.
Read by 42% of LPs

theverge.com November 16, 2016

DJI’s Biggest Competition In Drones Is Itself

Two years ago, I was chatting with a very smart venture capitalist about an investment he was making in the drone industry. The hardware side of the drone business would be quickly commodified, he told me, and the real value would be collected by the software makers who built platforms that were used by a wide range of manufacturers.
Read by 43% of LPs

inc42.com November 08, 2016

Why Hardware Incubators Are Critical To The Future Of Making Things

Hardware is hot — and poised to get hotter. Venture capital investment in connected device hardware startups reached approximately $1.48 Bn in 2014, more than triple the amount two years earlier.
Read by 47% of LPs

chinamoneynetwork.com September 28, 2016

Lightspeed, Sinovation Join Series B+ Round In Robotics Start-Up A.I. Nemo

Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sinovation Ventures and Chengwei Capital have participated in a series B+ round in A.I. Nemo, a Chinese smart hardware and robotics start-up. Founded in 2014, Beijing-based A.I. Nemo has raised nearly US$30 million combined in a series A and series B funding round, the company said without giving out specific financial details. […]Visit ChinaMoneyNetwork.com for more daily finance news, including audio and video Internet podcasts covering important investment news and financial events in China. Follow us on Twitter @chinamoneypod subscribe to all episodes on iTunes.
Read by 56% of LPs