Zadara Storage Raises $3M From Toshiba

Irvine-based Zadara Storage, which develops cloud connected, block and file-based storage devices for the enterprise, has raised $3M in a funding round, the company said today. Zadara said the funding came from Toshiba America Electronics Components. Zadara Storage said the funding will go towards sales, support, and engineering. Zadara Storage is split between Irvine and Nesher, Israel, and offers up enterprises and service providers a way to manage and connect their companies into either public or private cloud storage pools. The company is headed by Nelson Nahum, a storage area networking veteran who previously was at LSI Corporation, and also had headed up StoreAge software, a developer of storage virtualization appliances. Nahum had headed StoreAge when it was acquired by LSI Corporation in 2006. Zadara's executive team were all previously at StoreAge/LSI.

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