Clustrix is a NewSQL database company that has raised $16.5 million in a Series C round of funding. The company has raised a total of $46.5 million in funding thus far. This round of funding was provided by existing investors Sequoia Capital, U.S. Venture Partners, and ATA Ventures.
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Zerto is a startup that offers enterprise-class business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) services for companies that have a virtualized infrastructure. Some of the awards that Zerto won includes the Best of Show at VMworld 2011 and the 2011 Product of the Year Gold Award. Zerto’s Virtual Replication software is the industry’s first hypervisor-based replication solution for tier-one applications. Zerto’s Disaster Recovery solutions replaces the traditional array-based BCDR, which cannot deal with virtual environments.
LivingSocial has announced today that they raised $110 million. The company has raised a total of over $800 million since being founded in 2007. Investors in this round include Steve Case, Grotech Ventures, Revolution Ventures, U.S. Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, JP Morgan, T. Rowe Price, and Amazon.com. Amazon previously invested $175 million into the company for a 29% stake.
Exablox is an enterprise storage company that has raised $22 million in funding from Norwest Venture Partners and U.S. Venture Partners. The company was founded in 2010, but recently stepped out of stealth mode. Exablox said that current storage solutions do not address issues like runaway costs, complicated installation, and lack of data security.
Act-On Software has announced that they have raised $16 million in new venture funding. Norwest Venture Partners is the lead investor in the round. Existing investors that participated in this round include Trinity Ventures, US Venture Partners and Voyager Capital.
Smartling is a New York based company that has raised $10 million in funding. Their service is extremely valuable for companies that want to scale their applications beyond jut English-speaking users.
Grokr is a stealth startup company that has raised $1.5 million according to an SEC filing. Grokr was founded by Srivats Sampath, an EIR at U.S. Venture Partners, who previously co-founded Mercora (Social.fm) and the previous CEO at McAfee. Sampath was also a VP at Netscape. The only thing that we know about Grokr is that it will be focusing on the “cognitive web.” [TechCrunch]