Aperto adds $20M in funding

Aperto Networks added another round of funding to bring its total funding since its inception in 1999 to $159 million. The WiMAX vendor garnered $20 million in a Series F round.

The funding was led by Quicksilver Ventures, which was joined by a number of Aperto's existing backers, including Gunn Allen Venture Partners, JK&B Capital, Canaan Partners, Alliance Ventures, Innovacom, Jafco Ventures and Labrador Ventures.

Aperto said it is now supplying its fixed and mobile MAX products to more than 100 carrier and enterprise customers around the world.

To find out more about Aperto's new funding:
- read this article from Unstrung

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