Industry News Desk
SanDisk Puts Money into Panzura
Panzura’s other investors include Meritech Capital, Matrix Partners, Khosla Ventures, Opus Capital & Chevron Technology Ventures
By: Maureen O'Gara
Jul. 1, 2013 07:45 AM
Panzura, the flash-based NAS start-up whose widgetry is used to store data off-premises in the cloud, has gotten a $25 million D round and the investors this time include SanDisk, the flash memory storage house, which kicked in enough to rate a board seat.
Panzura's other investors include Meritech Capital, Matrix Partners, Khosla Ventures, Opus Capital and Chevron Technology Ventures.
Panzura makes files look like they're stored locally together with stuff that is.
Its cloud partners include Amazon, Google, Dell, HP, IBM and Joyent.
SanDisk is also invested in WhipTail, which uses flash to increase application performance.
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