Kaminario, a Newton, Mass.-based provider of high performance all solid-state (SSD) SAN storage solutions, has secured a $25m Series D funding.
The round was led by new investors Tenaya Capital and Sequoia Capital Growth Equity, with participation from current investors Sequoia Capital, Globespan Capital Partners and Pitango Venture Capital.
The company intends to use the funding to increase its audience, as well as to further advance its enterprise storage capabilities.
Led by CEO Dani Golan, Kaminario introduced its K2 all solid-state SAN storage solution in 2010. It offers full enterprise availability and data protection within a single solid-state storage system. The K2 features high-volume data protection, including N+1 redundancy, automatic failover, high-volume snapshots and hot-swappable components for nondisruptive operations.
Clients include market leaders in financial services, web media, telecommunications, government and academia.