Accel Closes On $3B, JFrog Acquires Vdoo, And More – Crunchbase News

Accel Closes On $3B, JFrog Acquires Vdoo, And More – Crunchbase News

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Accel closes on $3B for new venture and growth funds

Storied venture capital firm Accel closed on $3 billion in commitments for across three new funds: a US early-stage fund of $650 million, an early-stage fund for Europe and Israel of $650 million, and a growth fund of $1.75 billion.

The fundraise follows a period of active investment for the firm, which is based in Palo Alto but invests internationally. The firm has made over 1,600 investments, per Crunchbase data, including 100 known deals so far this year.

The firm has a long history of making early bets on companies that have grown into dominant players in their industries, from Facebook to UiPath to Slack.

— Joanna Glasner


JFrog acquires Vdoo: DevOps platform developer JFrog announced that it is acquiring Vdoo, an integrated security provider for connected devices, in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $300 million.  Israel-based Vdoo previously raised $70 million in known funding, per Crunchbase data.


WeMaintain lands $36M: Paris-based WeMaintain, a tech-enabled elevator and building maintenance company, raised  €30 million (US$36 million) in a Series B round backed by multiple new and existing investors.

— Joanna Glasner

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