Fastly, a San Francisco, CA-based real-time content delivery network (CDN), raised $75m in Series D funding.
The round was led by Iconiq Capital, with participation from existing investors Amplify Partners, August Capital, Battery Ventures, IDG Ventures, and O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures.
The company, which has now raised total funding to $130m, intends to use the funds to develop innovative real-time content delivery solutions, expand its global reach adding new points of presence (POPs) in Australia, India, Israel, South Africa, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates, further its ecommerce and security expansion and grow its team across product, sales, engineering, marketing, operations, and customer support.
Founded in 2011 and led by Artur Bergman, CEO, Fastly operates a content delivery network that gives businesses control over how they serve content, access to real-time performance analytics, and the ability to cache frequently changing content at the edge.
The company, which currently has more than 200 employees in SF, New York, London and Tokyo, serves online destinations including Twitter, the Guardian, GOV.UK, Imgur, Fast Company, GitHub, Wayfair, Pinterest, and Shazam, among others players in industry leaders in media, ecommerce, streaming video, government, software, and finance.