Qumulo, a Seattle, WA-based provider of data-aware scale-out NAS software, closed a $32.5m Series C funding round.
Backers included new investors Allen & Company, Top Tier Capital Partners, and Tyche Partners, and existing investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), Madrona Venture Group, Highland Capital Partners, and Valhalla Partners.
The company, which has raised $100m to date, will use the funds to extend its market presence throughout North America and Europe, and to invest in technology.
Led by Peter Godman, co-founder and CEO, Qumulo provides Qumulo Core, which builds real-time data analytics directly into a POSIX-compliant file system, giving enterprises a complete view of their data and storage resources at vast scale.
The company recently introduced Qumulo Core 2.0 and three new QC-Series hybrid storage appliances — the QC40, QC104, and QC260, whose features and benefits include capacity trends analytics and resilient data protection with erasure coding.
Customers include Ant Farm, Atomic Fiction, Blind Studios, Densho, FotoKem, MSG Networks, Sinclair Oil, Sportvision, TELUS Studios, UConn Health, University of Utah Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, Vaisala, ZOIC Studios, and others.