Georgia has already lost the SuperComm trade show to Chicago starting next year, but this news doesn’t help as this year’s show is about to get underway: The state once again failed to post a venture deal last week, the seventh time since March that that has happened.

So far this year, Georgia has posted 15 deals for about $70 million … a far cry off the blistering pace of 28 deals for $284 million by the start of June a year ago.

Here’s LTW’s exclusive list of Georgia venture deals, ranked according to the size of the investment:

Company; Sector; Amount (Round):

1. Prenova, Marietta; IT services; $15.5 million (3rd)

Investors Frontenac (lead) Austin Ventures and River Cities Capital Funds

2. STI Knowledge, Atlanta; Software; $14 million (1st)

Investors: Satish Sanan (individual lead) BV-Cornerstone Ventures and Mellon Ventures

3. nuBridges, Atlanta; Software; $11 million (2nd)

Investors: hf Flagship Investments (lead), C&B Capital, GMT Capital, Noro-Moseley, Tycho and Marie Hawle Foundation and individuals

4. Brickstream, Atlanta; Software; $6.2 million (1st)

Investors: Columbia Capital and Mohr Davidow Ventures

5. Lancope, Alpharetta; IT Services; $5 million (2nd)

Investors: HIG Ventures and GMG Capital Partners

6. Q1 Labs, Atlanta; Software; $3.3 million (1st)

Investors: Business Development Bank of Canada and New Brunswick Investment Management

7. Flexlight, Atlanta; Networking; $3 million (2nd)

Investors: Coral Ventures and Concord Ventures

7. Quellan, Atlanta; Hardware; $3 million (2nd)

Investors: Cordova Intellimedia Ventures, Greenspring Ventures, ITU Ventures, National Semiconductor, University Financing Foundation and Yamacraw Seed Capital Fund III

9. CoreCard Software, Norcross; Software; $2.5 million (NA)

Investors: Intelligent Systems

10. Qcept, Atlanta; Hardware; $2.1 million (NA)

Investors: Pittco Capital Partners (lead), Atlanta Technology Ventures and Bergman & Associates

11. Auctionworks, Atlanta; Software; $2 million (2nd)

Investors: Undisclosed

12. AfterBOT, Norcross; Software; $835,000 (2nd)

Investors: River Cities Capital Funds

13. SAK Logistics, Atlanta; Software; $500,000 (1st)

Investors: Individuals

14. RYLA Teleservices, Woodstock; IT services; $100,000 (2nd)

Investors: Sustainable Jobs Fund

15. VT Silicon, Atlanta; Hardware; NA (Seed)

Investors: ITU Ventures