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Demandware, Inc., the global leader in on-demand ecommerce, today announced that Tele Danmark Communications (TDC), the Danish telecommunications company, has selected the Demandware® eCommerce Platform for its new ecommerce initiative. With the launch of two new online shops in April 2010, TDC is providing mobile phone contracts, mobile phones and accessories directly to private end-customers (http://shop.tdc.dk/) and small and medium-sized businesses (http://esalg.tdc.dk/). The company plans to migrate its online offerings for services such as landline telephone, internet television (IPTV) and broadband (DSL) to Demandware at a later time.
Jeremy Allaire is the founder and chief executive of Brightcove Inc., the online video platform company that is based in Cambridge. The New York Times Co., which owns the Globe, is an investor in the Brightcove. Allaire recently spoke with D.C. Denison of the Globe staff.
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Thin film solar company Stion Corp. has raised $70 million in Series D funding from strategic investor Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and returning backers, President and Chief Executive Chet Farris told VentureWire.
Taiwan Semiconductor announced earlier Wednesday that it is contributing $50 million for a 21% stake in the start-up.
Stion will use the capital to build an additional 90 megawatts of annual production capacity at its San Jose factory where it currently can manufacture 10 MW a year, according to the CEO. He said he plans to reach that capacity in 12 months.