From the Filings: VC Deal Scoop Nov 23, 2009

What follows are five VC deals culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. None of them has been otherwise disclosed:

* Siri Inc., a San Jose, Calif.-based developer a Web-based personal assistant, has raised $15.5 million in Series B funding. Return backers include Menlo Ventures and Morgenthaler Ventures. Siri previously raised $8.5 million, and lists INQ Mobile CEO Frank Meehan as a new board member.

* Aravo Solutions Inc., a San Francisco-based provider of supplier management software, has secured $19 million of a $22 million fifth-round funding. The company previously raised around $13 million, from Chess Ventures, Wilson Sonsini Ventures, Angels’ Forum and a long list of individual angels like Stephen Friedman (ex-chairman of Goldman Sachs) and Tony Mayer (ex-CEO of JPMorgan Capital).

* Fallbrook Technologies Inc., a San Diego-based provider of technology for improving the performance and flexibility of transmissions for vehicles and equipment, has raised $4 million in second-round VC funding. The company previously raised $25.4 million from NGEN Partners and Robeco.

* SupportSpace, an Israel-based provider of online IT support services, has raised $9 million in second-round funding. Return backers include BRM Capital and Gemini Israel. The company previously raised $4.25 million.

* Reamtetrix, an San Carlos, Calif.-based provider assay solutions for applications in cellular biology, has raised $2.1 million in new VC funding. The company previously raised over $8 million from Baring Private Equity Asia, Sequoia Capital India and Mobius Venture Capital.