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Open Garden, a disruptive San Francisco startup that launched in May got our attention by allowing users of Macs, PCs and Android devices to create and share their own mesh network that uses the strongest connection between then whether its Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G. Now, the small six-person startup has raised a $2 million seed round to go after the opportunity.
The new funding is led by Allan Green, an early investor in Phone.com and Mobileway; David Ulevitch, CEO of OpenDNS; Derek Parham, creator of Google Apps (s goog) for Business; and Digital Garage which also invested in Twitter and Path. Micha Benoliel, Open Garden co-founder and CEO told me that the money will be used to recruit more developers and add more features to the product.
When users download the Open Garden application to their laptops and Android devices, they are able to rely on the strongest Internet connection between them to connect…
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