SoftIron Ltd, a London-based developer of energy-efficient Ceph storage hardware and software for data centres, has announced it has secured $34m in new capital. The funding, led by company chairman Norman Fraser, supported by Earth Capital, the global investment firm, and various existing investors, will be deployed to expand its presence across North America, Europe and the APAC region. SoftIron will also use the injection of new capital to strengthen engineering initiatives to further build out its portfolio of data centre appliances based on open-source software. To the extent that anything on this website constitutes a financial promotion it is exempt from the general prohibition in S21 of FSMA on the basis that the site is only intended for investment professionals as such term is defined in S19 of the Financial Promotions Order. Please note that Pensions for Purpose does not provide consultancy services, advice or personal recommendations on any of the investment opportunities mentioned on the platform. We curate content written by Influencer members and do not endorse any underlying funds.
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