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June 21st, 2006

Kenet, MicroOptical, NanoOpto gain funding

Abstract:
NanoOpto Corp. (Somerset, N.J.), a developer of optical components, announced the initial closing of $5 million of its Series D-round venture financing. The company has received $51 million in funding to date.

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