Elemental Technologies Raises $13 Million in New Round

By on 05/08/2012 9:37 AM @

Elemental Technologies, the fast-growing provider of GPU-based, video transcoding products to a number of digital video publishers and networks including HBO Go, ESPN and Comcast, has raised a new venture round of $13 million lead by Norwest Venture Partners, the company announced today.

In January at CES, we spoke with Elemental's Keith Wymbs about the Portland, Oregon-based company, its growth and products.  We have repbulished that inteview today.

 

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