Bracket Computing Raises More Than $45M in Series C Funding

logo_bracketBracket Computing, a Mountain View, California-based provider of virtual infrastructure software, raised more than $45m in Series C funding.

Backers included new investors Fidelity Management and Research Company and Goldman Sachs, previous investors Allegis Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, ARTIS Ventures, Columbus Nova Technology Partners, Norwest Venture Partners, and Sutter Hill Ventures, and strategic investors GE and Qualcomm.

The company, which has raised more than $130M, intends to use the capital to further develop the Bracket Computing Cell and to finance the technology’s global rollout.

Founded in 2011 by Tom Gillis, CEO, Bracket is a pioneer in secure virtual infrastructure for multiple heterogeneous clouds from financial services firms to security conscious enterprises.
The Bracket Computing Cell allows enterprise applications and data and their associated security, networking, and data management infrastructure to reside in a single software construct. The cell has been architected to run across multiple public cloud providers, as well as in a company’s on-premise data center.



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