FORTUNE — DFJ Growth is looking to raise up to $370 million for its second fund, according to a pair of regulatory filings.
This is the growth equity affiliate of venerable venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson, which raised $290 million for its debut fund back in 2007.
Notable deals have included Betaworks, Box, SolarCity (SCTY), Tesla Motors (TSLA), Twitter, Tumblr and Yammer (acquired by Microsoft for $1.2 billion).
No apparent changes to the management team, with includes DFJ co-founder John Fisher and former AOL CEO Barry Schuler.
DFJ’s early-stage group is expected to begin raising its eleventh sometime later this year.
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