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Qumulo closes $32.5 million Series C funding

Qumulo, a scale-out data-aware NAS startup, has closed $32.5 million. The Series C funding oversubscribed funding round included participation from new investors Allen & Company, Top Tier Capital Partners, and Tyche Partners, along with existing venture investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), Madrona Venture Group, Highland Capital Partners, and Valhalla Partners. The company has raised $100 million to date.

Qumulo recently introduced Qumulo Core 2.0 and three new QC-Series hybrid storage appliances – the QC40, QC104, and QC260. Qumulo Core is in production in commercial high performance computing and large-scale unstructured data environments, with customers including Ant Farm, Atomic Fiction, Blind Studios, Densho, FotoKem, MSG Networks, Sinclair Oil, Sportvision, TELUS Studios, UConn Health, University of Utah Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, Vaisala, and ZOIC Studios, according to a statement from the company.

Qumulo says it will use the proceeds to extend its market presence throughout North America and Europe.

 

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