Arctic Sand, Nanocomp, Expressor, & More From the Boston Deals Roundup
Things seem to have slowed down a bit after the flurry of New England startup funding news last week.
—Concord, NH-based Nanocomp Technologies said it inked a financial and strategic partnership with DuPont (NYSE: DD), which will participate in the startup’s $25 million Series C round. Dupont will also incorporate Nanocomp’s carbon nanotube materials into its ballistic protection and other products.
—Arctic Sand Technologies, a Cambridge, MA-based developer of power converter chips designed to cut down on the electricity needed to run traditional data centers, has nabbed $6.6 million of a targeted $9.1 million equity offering, an SEC filing shows.
—Burlington, MA-based data management software company Expressor Software was acquired by the business intelligence company QlikTech for an undisclosed sum.
—Moda Operandi, a New York-based e-commerce startup founded by Harvard Business School alum Aslaug Magnusdottir, raised $36 million in Series C financing. The investment was led by RRE Ventures, and included return backers New Enterprise Associates, New Atlantic Ventures, and Conde Nast, as well as strategic investors IMG and LVMH.