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Former Battery Ventures VC Debuts Amplify Partners, A $40M Fund To Invest In Enterprise And Infrastructure 2.0

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http://techcrunch.com – There’s a new early stage VC firm launching today that is focusing purely on enterprise and infrastructure investments. Former Battery Ventures partner Sunil Dhaliwal is debuting Amplify Partners, a $40 million fund that will invest exclusively in infrastructure 2.0 startups. Prior to founding Amplify Partners, Dhaliwal was a General Partner at Battery Ventures where he invested in IT infrastructure companies such as Opscode, Netezza (acquired by IBM), Splunk (which recently went public), CipherTrust (acquired by Secure Computing) and @stake (acquired by Symantec). Clearly, he has extens (IT news)