From the Filings: Bigfoot, Plusmo & More

What follows are a bunch of VC deals culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. They have not been otherwise disclosed:

1Verge Inc., a Beijing-based Internet company formed by former president Victor Koo, has raised $25 million in Series C funding. Backers include Fallaron Capital, Chengwei Ventures, Brookside Capital and Sutter Hill Ventures.

Plusmo Inc., a Santa Clara, Calif.-based developer of mobile widgets, has raised $4.41 million in Series A funding led by New Enterprise Associates.

Bigfoot Networks Inc., an Austin, Texas-based maker of a hardware PC card that reduces in-game lag for video games, has raised $8.75 million in Series B funding. Palomar Ventures and North Bridge Venture Partners were joined by return backer Venio Capital Partners. It had previously raised a $4 million Series A round in 2006.

Zounds Inc., a Mesa, Ariz.-based hearing-aid maker, has raised $41 million in Series B funding. Return backers include Signature Capital and the TWJ Opportunity Fund.

Seattle Medical Technologies, a Seattle-based medical device company focused on diabetes, has called down $21 million of a $35 million Series B round. Canaan Partners and Skyline Venture Partners were joined by return backers Frazier Healthcare Ventures and Three Arch Partners. SMT was founded by serial medical entrepreneur Clif Alferness.

Novx Systems Inc., an Ontario-based provider of drug screening solutions for use by medical professionals, has raised nearly $7.8 million in third-round funding. Listed backers include Celtic House Ventures, GF Private Equity and CMEA Ventures.

Worktopia, a New York-based online booking engine for meeting space in hotels, airport lounges and other venues, has raised nearly $6 million in Series B funding. Return backers include DFJ Gotham Ventures and Milestone Venture Partners.

CrossingAutomation Inc., a Mountain View, Calid.–based maker of automated wafer transfer systems, has expanded its Series A round to around $6 million. Backers include Intel Capital and Tallwood Venture Capital.

The Oceanaire Inc., a Minneapolis-based seafood restaurant operator, has raised $4.25 million in Series D funding led by Clarion Capital.

LiveProcess Corp., a Verona, N.J.-based provider of an online application to manage a hospital’s disaster preparedness plans and response, has raised $3.62 million in Series A funding. No institutional investors were disclosed.

Leostream Corp., a Waltham, Mass.-based hosted desktop connection broker, has raised $3 million in Series A funding led by Meakem Becker Venture Capital.

Goodrec Inc., a San Francisco-based Web 2.0 company focused on helping users remember, share and find recommendations, has secured $900,000 of a $1.05 million Series A round. Backers include SoftTech VC and Chance Technologies Seed.

Buzzd, a location-based mobile startup headquartered in New York, has raised around $3 million in Series A funding (including convertible securities). It had previously disclosed the round, but not the dollar amount. Backers include Greycroft Partners and Monitor Venture Partners.

Range Fuels Inc., a Broomfield, Colo.-based developer of cellulosic ethanol production technology, has expanded its Series B round. The company originally announced that it had raised $100 million, but a regulatory filing indicates that the round has now expanded to $166 million (with $158m called down). Morgan Stanley Capital Group is the only investor on the filing that was not in the original release. Hedge fund Passport Capital led the round, while other backers include BlueMountain, Khosla Ventures, Leaf Clean Energy Co. and Pacific Corporate Group. Advanced Equity and Morgan Stanley served as placement agents. (VentureBeat found this one first).