Recent announcements from:

Posted on April 08, 2009


-- VTL and data de-duplication specialist Sepaton has secured $15.5 million in series F financing. The company claims more than 1,300 customers and 100PB under management.

-- Solid-state storage vendor Fusion-io has closed $47.5 million in Series B funding from a group of investors led by global venture capital firm Lightspeed Venture Partners. The company also announced that David Bradford has been named CEO. The company plans to use the funds to significantly increase production of its solid-state products.

-- Nirvanix announced that its CloudNAS storage software has been certified to work with Ocarina Networks' ECOsystem capacity optimization technology to deliver up to a 10:1 reduction in the size of files. Ocarina has reportedly conducted extensive testing and integration efforts to ensure its data de-duplication and compression technology is optimized for the Nirvanix platform.

-- Online backup provider AmeriVault and NTG, a hosting services and data protection provider, have combined to form a new company called Venyu, which will provide data protection, availability and recovery services. The parent company is PHNS.

-- Asigra and CoreVault are partnering to bring cloud backup and recovery services to law firms based on Asigra's Cloud Backup platform. CoreVault allows users to store copies of backup data both onsite and offsite in their two privately owned SAS 70 Type II Certified facilities for disaster recovery and uses AES 256 for protection.

-- BlueArc and Vormetric announced interoperability between BlueArc Titan storage systems and Vormetric Data Security. The companies have partnered to address the storage requirements for regulated and high-security data centers.

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