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Stage

Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$8.46M

Last Raised

$5.25M | 9 yrs ago

About PCN Technology

PCN designs, develops and manufactures reliable communication devices that enable Ethernet transport on existing wiring while allowing any present networks to co-exist. The company's implementation techniques provide significant cost savings while preserving the critical system operations. PCN has four distinct business units focused on Standard Product Sales & Support, Network Design, Compliance, and Marketing Services.

PCN Technology Headquarter Location

16450 Via Esprillo

San Diego, California, 92127,

United States

Latest PCN Technology News

San Diego Deals Roundup: Deal Current, PCN, BrightScope, & More

Sep 28, 2012

Reprints Some of San Diego’s tech companies have been raising modest amounts of capital, mostly from individual investors. Here’s a quick rundown. —San Diego-based PCN, which was known as PCN Technology when I profiled the company a couple years ago, said it has raised $5.25 million from Pennsylvania-based EnerTech Capital and a variety of individual investors. I noticed the venture also named a new CEO about a year ago. Venkat Shastri was previously a vice president of engineering at Carlsbad, CA-based Palomar Technologies. PCN specializes in technology that enables a business with existing (some might even say “old-fashioned”) twisted-pair wiring infrastructure known as Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks to create a TCP/IP network with Internet connectivity. PCN’s technology can be used with a wide variety of conductive wire, including energized AC power lines. The company says existing investors and board members led the recent financing. That includes Irwin Pfister, PCN’s executive chairman, and directors Jerre Stead and Joe Kasputys. Conshohoken, PA-based EnerTech, which led an $8 million round for the company in 2008, also participated in the latest round. PCN says the capital will be used to expand human resources for customer project management, product marketing, strategic account management, and technical applications support. —San Diego’s Deal Current Network said it has raised venture capital funding from Canal Partners of Scottsdale, AZ, and members of Southern California’s Tech Coast Angels. The size of the round was not disclosed, and Canal did not respond to an email query. In announcing the funding, Deal Current said Todd Belfer, a managing partner at Canal Partners, and Jon Belmonte, the former COO of the Active Network (NYSE: ACTV ), and current principal of San Diego-based Cedar Ridge Ventures, are joining Deal Current’s board of directors. In a recent post on the company’s blog, Deal Current says the fresh capital will help the … Next Page » Bruce V. Bigelow is the editor of Xconomy San Diego. You can e-mail him at bbigelow@xconomy.com or call (619) 669-8788 Follow @bvbigelow

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PCN Technology Patents

PCN Technology has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer buses
  • Electric power conversion
  • Electrical engineering
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