FireEye, a US-based provider of cyber attack protection, has raised $50m from a consortium including a host of strategic investors.

These corporate venturing units included technology equipment maker Juniper Networks’s Junos Fund, investment bank Goldman Sachs, Norwest Venture Partners, which invests on behalf of Wells Fargo bank, and Silicon Valley Bank, as well as venture capital firm Sequoia Capital.

The company previously raised $51m from Juniper, Norwest and Sequoia and VC firms DAG Ventures, Jafco Ventures and the US government’s…

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