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Delphix Raises $25M In Series C Funding

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Agile data management company Delphix has received $25 million in a Series C funding round, led by Jafco Ventures. Summit Partners and Battery Ventures joined Jafco as new investors in Delphix. Existing investors, including Greylock Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners, also participated in the round. To date, Delphix has raised$45.5 million in capital.

Delphix has achieved over 300 per cent annual sales growth, since emerging from stealth mode in 2010, says the company. Delphix expanded operations to EMEA and Latin America through both direct sales staff and channel partners last year.

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