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Twilio Is Crushing It: 150K Developers, 1.5M API Calls A Day, 1B Total Phone Calls, Expanding To 20 More Countries

techcrunch.com
Twilio, the startup that lets developers incorporate cloud-based voice and messaging services directly into mobile and web apps used by startups like Uber and established companies like eBay and Hulu, today revealed some big numbers and a bigger footprint for its services as it continues to disrupt the carrier world...
Twilio Is Crushing It: 150K Developers, 1.5M API Calls A Day, 1B Total Phone Calls, Expanding To 20 More Countries
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Twilio locks down a $70M Series D as it flirts with the public markets

thenextweb.com
Twilio, the cloud-based telephony communication company, has raised a $70 million Series D round led by Redpoint Ventures and Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ). The move is part of the company’s path towards what some may believe to be an IPO (although Twilio hasn’t commented). Known for providing companies and developers...
Twilio locks down a $70M Series D as it flirts with the public markets
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