What follows are seven VC deals culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. They have not been otherwise disclosed:
Voyage Medical Inc., a Santa Clara, Calif.-based cardiac medical device company, has called down $20 million of a $22.05 million Series B round. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Three Arch Partners were joined by return backer RWI Ventures. Dana Mead of KP and William Harrington of Three Arch received board seats. The company does not have a website.
MeetUp Inc., the New York-based “Web meets world” company, has raised $7.5 million in Series D funding. The round had been announced earlier this month, but without a dollar amount. Union Square Ventures led the round, while other shareholders include Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Omidyar Network. www.meetup.com
SpectraGenics Inc., a Pleasanton, Calif.-based developer of OTC consumer cosmetic medical devices, has called down around $30 million of a $37 million Series E round. Aisling Capital led the round, and was joined by return backers like De Novo Ventures, Technology Partners, GVC (Japan) and Vivo Ventures. www.spectragenics.com
Alphion Corp., a Princeton Junction, N.J.-based maker of integrated photonic components, has secured $12.56 million of a $30 million Series E round. The only listed outside shareholder is Tallwood Venture Capital. www.alphion.com
HourTown Inc., a Palo Alto, Calif.-based maker of online scheduling software for small business owners, has secured $450,000 of a $1 million Series A round led by Baseline Ventures. www.hourtown.com
TimeFox Inc. (aka PlayCafe), a Redwood City, Calif.-based developer of an “online game show,” has raised $930,000 in Series 1 funding led by First Round Capital. www.playcafe.com