What follows are six VC deals culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. They have not been otherwise disclosed:
Enphase Energy Inc., a Petaluma, Calif.-based developer of micro-inverter systems for the solar industry, has raised $22.57 million in new VC funding, according to a regulatory filing. No investor info was disclosed, but the company’s website identifies three investors: Appplied Ventures, Rockport Capital Partners and Third Point Management. www.enphaseenergy.com
Tokai Pharmaceuticals Inc., a Cambridge, Mass.-based maker of drugs that focus on focus on endocrine treatment, has secured $10 million of a $22 million venture round, according to a regulatory filing. No investor names are disclosed, although the company’s board includes a pair of partners with Novartis Ventures. The company previously raised funding from Queensland Investment Corp.
VKernal Corp., a Portsmouth, N.H.-based provider of virtual appliances for managing virtual server environments, has raised $7.06 million in second-round funding, according to a regulatory filing. It had previously raised $4.6 million from Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Polaris Venture Partners. peHUB has learned that Longworth Venture Partners led the round. Also worth noting that Doug McNary, former CEO of Onaro, has joined the vKernal board of directors. Not sure yet if he’s representing Longworth. www.vkernal.com
DocuSign Inc., a Seattle-based provider of online document delivery and signature solutions, has secured $5 million of a $15 million venture capital round, according to a regulatory filing. The company had previously raised around $28 million, from firms like WestRiver Capital, Frazier Technology Ventures, Ignition Partners and Sigma Partners. www.docusign.com
Kalido Inc., a Burlington, Mass.-based provider of data warehousing and management software, has secured $3.08 million of a $5.15 million venture round, according to a regulatory filing. It had previously raised over $40 million through four rounds, from firms like Atlas Venture, Balderton Capital and Matrix Partners. www.kalido.com
SupplyFrame Inc., a Pasadena, Calif.-based vertical search engine for electronic components, has secured $1.5 million of a $4 million funding round, according to a regulatory filing. The company previously raised around $12 million over two rounds, from firms like U.S. Venture Partners, Clearstone Venture Partners and Arcturus Capital. www.supplyframe.com