Stealth Enterprise Virtualization Software Start-up HotLink V Is Raising $10 Million


An SEC filing reveals that HotLink V, a stealth enterprise software virtualization startup, has secured about $7 million from a $10 million funding round.

This is the company’s pitch on its website:

HotLink V Corporation, a venture capital backed company currently in stealth mode, is a Sunnyvale, CA based enterprise virtualization software start-up. Started in early 2010 by founders of FastScale Technology (acquired by EMC/VMware), HotLink V is focused on enabling seamless interoperability of all major enterprise virtualization platforms and public cloud providers.

Indeed, the filing lists FastScale founder & former CEO Lynn LeBlanc, former VP of Engineering Richard Offer and investor Mark Cameron White.

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