ArchRock, most famous for their products that bring IPv6 connectivity to sensornets, has raised $10 million in a second round of venture funding. Investors include New Enterprise Associates, Shasta Ventures, and Intel Capital. ArchRock was founded by UC Berkeley faculty David Culler and students and co-workers from UC Berkeley and Intel Research Berkeley. This is one of the bigger investments to date for a sensornet startup (Ember has raised much more capital but their focus is ZigBee and not sensornets, others like Crossbow and Dust Networks have also raised much more than $10 million). Read more here.
Note: Thanks to Joe Polastre for his clarifications on capital raising of some sensornet companies.