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Delphix, which offers agile data management solutions (more on that below), this morning announced that it has raised $25 million in Series C funding.
The capital injection comes from three new investors (Jafco Ventures, Summit Partners and Battery Ventures) and prior backers (including Greylock Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners). The round brings the total capital raised by Delphix to $45.5 million.
Delphix emerged from stealth mode in 2010 and develops solutions that enable organizations to cut down on hardware, application deployment and storage costs by virtualizing the data within enterprise databases.
Says Nick Sturiale, General Partner at Jafco Ventures:
“Agile data unites big data and cloud computing, making Delphix the missing piece for unlocking enterprise data and transforming enterprise applications.”
Delphix is based in Menlo Park, California. The company is led by president and CEO Jedidiah Yueh, who previously founded software firm Avamar and sold it to EMC. Customers include Qualcomm, TiVo, StubHub, Comcast and Clearwire.
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