Fuzebox raises $20M to continue video-conferencing push
Fuzebox, a company that provides cloud-based visual communications technology for groups like Disney, NASA, and the Department of Defense, plans to announce Thursday that it has received a $20 million in Series A funding to scale its products and improve how clients can communicate remotely with high-resolution materials.

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Fuzebox, a company that provides cloud-based visual communications technology for groups like Disney, NASA, and the Department of Defense, plans to announce Thursday that it has received a $20 million in Series A funding to scale its products and improve how clients can communicate remotely with high-resolution materials.

The round is being led by Index Ventures with participation from Khosla Ventures and Insight Ventures. The company is also raising $2.5 million in debt financing from Triple Point Capital, bringing the total round to $22.5 million. Mike Volpi, a partner at Index Ventures, will be joining Fuzebox’s board as part of the deal.

Fuzebox has been successful providing a high-resolution, secure platform for multimedia communication between enterprise executives, and they’ve gathered a wide range of clients along the way, including NASA, the Department of Defense, Disney, Reuters, and others.

Fuzebox’s products, such as Fuze Meeting, allow multiple co-workers to collectively view…

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