Vexata, a San Jose, Calif.-based provider of a software-defined all-solid-state data storage infrastructure, raised $54m in funding.
Backers included Mayfield, Intel Capital, Lightspeed Ventures and Redline Capital.
The company also unveiled Active Data Fabric™, a revolutionary software-defined all-solid-state data storage infrastructure enabling transformative performance at scale for Tier 1 applications in enterprise or cloud datacenters.
Led by Zahid Hussain, Co-Founder and CEO, and Surya Varanasi, Co-Founder and CTO, Vexata provides the Vexata Active Data Fabric, which enables top database and analytics platforms such as Oracle, SAS, SQL Server and emerging NoSQL and cognitive computing platforms to achieve higher performance operating across large active data sets, without application re-writes or infrastructure re-architecture.
Vexata’s core innovation is its patent-pending storage operating system, VX-OS, fully utilizes the latest solid-state media, such as NVMe Flash and 3D XPoint SSDs.