ALSO NOTED: Video firms raise venture cap; Thomson launches VDSL2/VDSL2+ chipset; and much more...

> Agent Video Intelligence Inc., a New York developer of video intelligence technology raised $3 million in Series B funding from 21Ventures, bringing its total investment to $13 million. Press Release

>Vidyo Inc., an online HD video conferencing  concern in Hackensack, N.J. raised $12 million in a funding round let by Rho Ventures. Press Release

> San Diego, Calif., video encryptor Verimatrix raised $5 million from several backers. Press Release

> Thomson says it launched a chipset that allows simultaneous VDSL2 and ADSL2+ connectivity in addition to triple play. Press Release

> Telecompaper reports that T-Com Croatia is letting users test its IPTV service for three months. The pub is subscription only, but the way into the story is here.

> Chilean telecom company Telefonica del Sur tapped Ruckus Wireless of Sunnyvale Calif., to support its IPTV launch. Press Release

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