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Trane Technologies has raised $2.8 million in a Series B round led by Accel Partners.

The company is working on the company’s own app, which will help customers manage their own digital content.

Trane also has a new cloud platform that allows for a streamlined delivery of products and services.

It is the latest round of funding for Trane, which raised $3.7 million in 2016.

Tranes’ founders say the company has an established presence in the digital video industry, with a presence in 3D and mobile apps.

Trani Technologies is working with Accel, the venture capital firm founded by Marc Andreessen and Paul Graham, to develop a mobile app for customers to manage their digital content and make their own videos.

Accel will invest in Trane’s $1 billion fund, which is managed by Acq Ventures.

Trains will use the money to expand its services, which includes developing a new service for small businesses.

Tranestra is targeting a beta test of the new app in 2018, according to a company blog post.

Trans also has partnerships with GoPro and Vimeo.

Tranos new $1.5 billion funding round also includes funding from Accel Ventures, Accel’s private equity arm, and other investors.

Trano is working to open its own office in San Francisco and hire more employees, according a statement from the company.

The fund, backed by Acxiom Capital and venture capital firms Accel and Accel Technologies, is expected to close in the fourth quarter.

Tranzr Technologies is a company focused on building an online video platform.

Trancrazer, Tranicom, Trane and Tranzre Technologies have been in talks with VC firms to invest in their projects.

The companies raised more than $2 billion in their first two funding rounds, and Trane has raised more money in the last five years.

Traniaut, which was acquired by YouTube in 2018 for $1,800 million, had a market cap of $1 million.

Transext, a startup that offers digital content delivery, was founded in 2009 and raised $1 in Series B funding.

The San Francisco-based company has offices in London and Shanghai.

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