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Invesco, Enron, Singapore government, others invest $91M in Amber Networks

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Denver--Invesco Private Capital, Enron Corp., the government of Singapore Investment and several other firms have invested $91 million in Amber Networks Inc., a developer of data-traffic routers for businesses. Santa Clara, Calif.-based Amber, which is privately held, is planning an IPO but no date has been set. Other investors include Bank of America Corp., Credit Suisse First Boston and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co.
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