From the Filings…

What follows is a set of VC funding items culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. Most of these deals have not been otherwise announced:

* Troux Technologies Inc., an Austin, Texas-based provider of IT governance software, has secured $7.85 million of a $10 million Series E round. The company previously had raised around $34 million. Return backers include Austin Ventures, Greylock Partners and Verdane Capital. www.troux.com

* ConXtech Inc., a Hayward, Calif.-based developer of a steel-frame building system, has secured $7.12 million of an $8 million Series B round led by Columbus Nova Partners. www.conxtech.com

* Calabrio Inc., a Minneapolis-based provider of customer interaction and workforce optimization software for IP-based contact centers, has secured $6 million of an $8 million Series B round. Shareholders include BlueStream Ventures, Cisco Systems and Split Rock Partners. www.calabrio.com

* Right Sized Media Inc., a Sausalito, Calif.-based provider of an online media service for finding, playing and sharing pop culture quotes, has secured nearly $5 million in Series A funding. No investor information was disclosed. The company is run by David Mandelbrot, former VP and general manager of media and entertainment at Yahoo. www.entertonement.com

* LogRhythm Inc., a Boulder, Colo.-based provider of log management and analysis software, has raised around $3.25 million in Series A funding. Backers include Access Venture Partners and Colorado Fund. www.logrhythm.com

* Semtek Innovative Solutions Corp., a San Diego-based provider of a point-of-sale device hardware component that eliminates the need for payment card data to be used or stored within merchant’s payment systems, has raised $17.59 million in Series A funding. The round had been previously announced, but the dollar around was undisclosed. RRE Ventures and Venrock co-led the deal, and were joined by VeriFone Holdings Inc. www.semtek.com

* 4Info Inc., a Palo Alto, Calif.-based mobile search company, has raised $2.5 million in Series E funding from Peacock Equity, a $250 million venture capital fund formed earlier this year from GE and NBC Universal. The round had been announced last month, but without a dollar amount. As part of the deal, 4Info will become NBC Universal’s preferred mobile SMS advertising partner. 4Info previously had raised around $28 million from Draper Fisher Jurvetson, U.S. Venture Partners, Sand Hill Capital and Gannett Co. www.4info.com

* ForeScout Technologies Inc., a Cupertino, Calif.-based provider of network access control solutions, has expanded its Series D round to $14.38 million. It had held a $10 million first close in late 2005, and added another $1.25 million by earlier this year. Backers include Accel Partners, Amadeus Capital Partners, Meritech Capital Partners and Pintango Venture Capital.  www.forescout.com