Overture, a Triangle technology survivor of the dot-com bust, has raised $8 million in its latest round of capitalization.
The 200-employee company said the funding round includes an option to raise up to $11.7 million. Overture, which has raised more than $50 million in its 13-year history, did not disclose the identity of its latest funders.
Overture said also it has opened offices in Massachusetts and in India to augment its existing engineering team in Morrisville.
Overture supplies hardware, software and services used by communications service providers like AT&T and Windstream to provide commercial data service, residential broadband and mobile service.
The company, which employs about 140 people at its Morrisville office, is the product of a 2011 merger of two local tech competitors: Overture Networks and Hatteras Networks, both founded in 2000.