Scality, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a software-based storage platform, completed a $45m Series D funding round.
Backers included BroadBand Tower, existing investors Menlo Ventures IDInvest, the Digital Ambition Fund, Iris Capital, and Omnes Capital and Galileo Partners and 65% of the Scality staff.
The company, which has now raised $80m in total, intends to use the funds to continue to increase its salesforce in North America, continue to expand internationally and actively support its resellers.
Led by Jerome Lecat, CEO, Scality provides the RING, a software-defined storage platform featuring unified file, object and OpenStack storage capabilities that enable enterprises and service providers to run multiple storage workloads such as Cloud services, video, and enterprise archiving in the same environment, and simplify installation for Scality partners and resellers.
It runs on any standard x86 servers powered by Linux, such as the ones of HP, Dell, Cisco, SuperMicro, or Seagate.