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Former NEA partner Jon Sakoda takes the wraps off his new, Cisco-backed venture fund, Decibel
2019-03-27T00:28:18Z - Connie Loizos / TechCrunch
While it’s tempting to poke fun at this claim, it appears from the outside to be true. He’s also working with some of the many founders to be swept into Cisco over the years via its brisk M&A strategy. Decibel has also backed Blameless, a developer of software for site reliability engineers that announced $20 million in funding just last week led by Lightspeed Venture Partners. For example, though Sakoda was involved in funding Snap on behalf of NEA, he says it’s not so likely he’ll be shopping for e-commerce or media startups for Decibel. Absent these areas, though Sakoda suggests that anything goes as long as the company isn’t too far along.

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