Voxel, a New York-based provider of hybrid cloud hosting and managed services, has completed a $5.5m Series A funding.
The round was led by Seaport Capital.
Voxel intends to use the growth capital to increase sales activities and accelerate the deployment of its automated infrastructure services.
Led by President and CEO Raul Martynek, Voxel delivers high-performance Internet infrastructure via VoxSTRUCTURE, its open automation platform, and its Universal Transfer bandwidth aggregation model. Services include on-demand physical and virtual cloud servers, the VoxCAST Global Content Delivery Network (CDN), and a full suite of Managed Services for complex hosting deployments.
The company maintains strategic global hosting and network points of presence across the globe.
In conjunction with the funding, Jim Collis of Seaport Capital will join Voxel’s Board of Directors.