Some of the companies that raised money this week include ones focused on video game streaming, virtual reality cameras and advanced phone batteries. Also, there’s a new unicorn. Here are the full details:
- The security and IT management startup Tanium, which landed a $52 million investment from Andreessen Horowitz at a $1.75 billion valuation in March, has raised another major round. The company said this week that it had raised $120 million at a $3.5 billion valuation in a round led by TPG and Institutional Venture Partners.
- Apttus, a nine-year-old enterprise tech firm that makes software to help businesses price and quote contracts accurately, raised $108 million at a $1 billion-plus valuation. The company didn’t raise any VC cash until 2013, and since then it has raised more than $180 million (Fortune).
- Velostrata, a company that helps businesses securely move their data onto cloud platforms, raised $14 million in Series A funding from Norwest Venture Partners and 83North (Reuters).
- San Francisco-based Wrap, which makes a content platform for mobile Web browsers, raised $12.7 million in a Series B round led by Germany’s ProSiebenSat.1 Media and Raine Ventures. Since launching last year, Wrap has raised $19 million in funding.
- Mobcrush, a Twitch-like video game streaming service that focuses on mobile gaming, raised $11 million from a group of investors that includes Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (Los Angeles Times).
- High-end smartphone makers are scrambling to figure out how to put cost-effective, quick-charging batteries in their devices. One startup working on this issue, Qnovo, raised $8.6 million this week from Intel Capital, RockPort Capital, U.S. Venture Partners and BlueRun Ventures (Fortune).
- The alcohol delivery service Saucey raised $4.6 million in a seed investment round led by Blumberg Capital, as it looks ahead to expanding beyond California and Chicago markets (TechCrunch).
- Bubl, the Kickstarter-launched maker of the VR Bublcam, raised $4.6 million in funding from Samsung Ventures, J-Tech Capital and others (The Globe and Mail).
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.