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Monday, November 20, 2006 

Phone Backup Service Zyb Gets $1.2 Million Venture Funding

Zyb, an online phone backup service which I’ve just started using (to sync my online calendar with the new Nokia N93 that I have now), has received $1.2 million in venture funding, from Nordic Venture Partners.
ZYB was founded back in 2005 by three Copenhagen-based entrepreneurs Tommy Ahlers, Ole Kristensen, and Morten Lund, who was also one of the early investors behind Skype. Besides backup of calendar, content on the phone and other services, Zyb allows users to share the personal content stored on their mobile with others.

from: moconews

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