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Seenu Banda Raises $6.5M Series A for Stealth Startup Kaybus

According to a regulatory filing stealthy startup Kaybus has raised $6.5 in a Series A funding round. The company’s website doesn’t reveal much about what they’re doing but does say they are hiring for software engineers who know Ruby, Java, Javascript and NodeJS.

Bandu’s EIR profile on the Artiman Ventures website says:

He is the founder and was the CEO of Net Devices, responsible for the company’s strategic direction and corporate management. NetDevices was acquired by Alcatel-Lucent in 2007. He stayed with Alcatel-Lucent for 4 years as VP of Solutions Marketing and later as VP of Sales for South Asia. Prior to NetDevices, he was Senior Director of Marketing at Cisco Systems where he was responsible for all marketing and product management functions of Cisco’s mid-range router family. At Cisco, he managed multiple billion-dollar product lines including the 7200 and 7500, spanning across multiple market segments from enterprise, service provider, and broadband aggregation to security solutions. Earlier, Seenu worked for six years at Intel Corporation in strategic and product marketing roles.

With his significant enterprise technology and Artiman’s penchant for “white space investments” it will be interesting to learn more about what the company is working on. Feel free to send any tips to morrilldanielle (at) gmail if you have more information.

© Mattermark 2017. Sources: Mattermark Research, Crunchbase, AngelList.
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