Tuesday, July 27, 2010

GE Invests in Green Data Center Startup SynapSense

earth2tech logoJuly 26, 2010, 7:59am PDT

Updated: GE has poured some $175 million into more than 20 greentech companies over the years, and this morning it’s made another investment. GE says it will invest part of a $5 million round into SynapSense, a startup launched by former Intel exec Peter Van Deventer and UC Davis computer science professor Raju Pandey that makes wireless sensor technology and software to monitor and reduce power usage and cooling in data centers. Other investors in the round include Emerald Technology Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, American River Ventures, Nth Power and DFJ Frontier.

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