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April 22, 2013: 9:43 AM ET

Eventbrite, a San Francisco-based online ticketing company, has raised $60 million in new VC funding. T. Rowe Price was joined by return backer Tiger Global Management. The company previously raised around $77 million from Tiger, Sequoia Capital, European Founders Fund and Tenaya Capital. www.eventbrite.com

Vidyo
, a Hackensack, N.J.-based provider of personal telepresence, has raised $17 million in fifth-round VC funding. Triangle Peak Partners led the round, and was joined by return backers QuestMark Partners, Juniper Networks, Menlo Ventures, Rho Ventures, Star Ventures and Four River Group. The company previously raised around $97 million. www.vidyo.com

Guavus Inc., a Santa Clara, Calif.–based provider of provider of big data analytics solutions for communications service providers, has raised $9 million in new VC funding from Goldman Sachs and TransLink Capital. The company previously raised around $70 million from firms like Investor Growth Capital, QuestMark Partners, Artiman Ventures, Sofinnova Ventures and Intel Capital. www.guavus.com

MC10, a Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of electronics that expand and bend with human body movements, has raised $8 million in new Series C funding from undisclosed strategic investors. The round total is now $18 million, including a prior close from Medtronic, Braemar Energy Ventures and North Bridge Venture Partners. www.mc10inc.com

Gizmox, an Israel-based developer of a data-centric application development platform, has raised $7.5 million in new VC funding. Atlas Venture led the round, and was joined by return backers Citrix Systems, IVC and Consolidated Investment Group. www.visualwebgui.com

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