VCs Plant More Money Into Sequoia

December 2004
San Diego Business Journal;12/13/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 50, p9
This article discusses funding by venture capitalists in Sequoia Communications. Sequoia Communications a Rancho Bernardo, California based company that makes semiconductors for wireless devices, has closed its Series D financing round, securing $ 15 million from five sources. Gabriel Venture Partners of Redwood Shores led the round. Also participating were four previous investors: Nokia Venture Partners of Menlo Park, Tallwood Venture Capital of Palo Alto, Huntington Ventures of Irvine and Cadence Design Systems. Cadence is a $1.1 billion company from San Jose specializing in the automated design of semiconductors.


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