Intel Capital has revealed investments in 12 US or China-based portfolio companies and a partnership with the NBA.

Intel Capital, the corporate venture capital subsidiary of semiconductor technology producer Intel, disclosed on Tuesday that it has invested a total of $72m in 12 startups.

The deals were announced at the unit’s annual Global Summit, though it did not specify how much capital it provided for each round.

The largest of the newly announced rounds was a $20m series A for Gamalon, a US-based customer communications platform developer, that included .406 Ventures, Omidyar Technology Ventures, Boston Seed Capital, Felicis Ventures and Rivas Capital.

In addition to a $7.7m award from the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency in February 2017, the company secured $4.1m in 2016 according to a securities filing. Its earlier funding came from Boston Seed, Felicis, Rivas Capital and assorted angel investors.

US-based virtual manufacturing software provider Fictiv has raised $15m in an Intel Capital-backed series B round that was led by Sinovation Ventures and backed…

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