Online conferencing firm Dimdim has raised USD6m in Series B funding led by return backers Index Ventures, Nexus India Capital, and Draper Richards.
The funds will be used to expand the firm’s software and communication platforms. The investment brings total funding in the firm to USD9m, reports TechCrunch.
Dimdim is an open source web meeting service. It allows users to share documents, slides and desktop screen views while talking live over a webcam. A basic online version is available for free and can be used by up to 20 people at once. More powerful versions can support thousands of attendees at once.
The Massachusetts-based firm released an alpha version of its software in 2006, and launched publicly in autumn 2007.