Seanodes Raises $2.4 Million From OSEO

Seanodes, developer of what they call “Shared Internal Storage solutions”, today announced it has received about $2.4 million in funding from OSEO, France’s national agency for industrial innovation, in the form of a no-interest loan to support ongoing technology development and company growth.

This additional funding will help to reinforce our R&D team and investments enabling us to accelerate the porting of our solution on VMware and Microsofts platforms, said Christophe Guittenit, CTO of Seanodes.

Exanodes, the Seanodes software platform, allows virtualized infrastructure applications to marry unused disk space found in many server and storage clusters with existing or additional dedicated storage hardware to provide a powerful shared storage pool. Exanodes abstracts the storage layer from the physical devices enabling users to select the hardware and connectivity options that best suit their environment, today and tomorrow.

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