What follows are a bunch of VC deals culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. They have not been otherwise disclosed:
Schooner Information Technology Inc. has raised just over $15 million in Series A funding, according to a regulatory filing. Backers include CMEA Ventures and Redpoint Ventures. The Menlo Park, Calif.-based company says that its goal is to help financial sector and Internet consumer-facing companies achieve high performance and scalability at a fraction of their current costs.” The company is led by Richard Busch, who previously was with Sun Microsystems as research director of computer system architecture and analysis. www.schoonerinfotech.com
Data Robotics Inc., a Santa Clara, Calif.-based developer of automated data storage products, has raised $15 million in Series D funding, according to a regulatory filing. Return backers include Greylock, RRE Ventures and Sutter Hill Venture Partners. It had previously raised $28 million since 2005. www.drobo.com
Nusym Technology Inc., a Los Gatos, Calif.-based EDA company whose software discovers chip flaws prior to fabrication, has raised $8.1 million in Series B funding, according to a regulatory filing. Voyager Capital led the round, and was joined by return backers Draper Richards and Woodside Fund. www.nusym.com
Living Proof Inc. (f.k.a. Andora), a Cambridge, Mass.-based biomaterials startup, has raised $7 million in Series A-3 funding, according to a regulatory filing. Backers include Polaris Venture Partners. The company does not have a website.
Picateers Inc., a San Mateo, Calif.-based online photo sharing and fundraising service for schools, has raised $6.6 million in Series A-2 funding, according to a regulatory filing. Backers include Norwest Venture Partners. www.picateers.com
Makani Power Inc., an Alameda, Calif.-based wind energy startup, has raised $5 million in Series B funding from return backer Google, according to a regulatory filing. The overall round could raise upwards of $20 million. Makani previously raised $10 million from Google in late 2006. www.makanipower.com
Space Pencil Inc., an Emeryville, Calif.-based Web analytics startup, has raised $800,000 in Series A funding, according to a regulatory filing. Backers include True Ventures and SoftTech VC. The company is run by Neil Patel and Hamit Shah, who also have been with both Advantage Consulting Services and Crazy Egg. Space Spencil does not yet have a working website.