Vancouver's Convergent.io announced today it has closed a $10 million Series A round with Andreessen Horowitz.
Convergent.io is developing a disruptive storage technology that combines the flexibility of a software approach to redefine enterprise storage resources and storage networking with the economics of high-performance, commodity hardware to help customers realize the vision of the software-defined datacenter.
The round was financed entirely by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, known for its expertise in infrastructure software and storage.
Convergent.io is an enterprise infrastructure startup redefining how storage resources and networking are delivered in the software-defined datacenter for rapid flexibility and high-performance.
While the company is headquartered in Silicon Valley, it has a significant presence in Vancouver through local entrepreneur Andrew Warfield, who is one of the co-founders alongside Keir Fraser and Ramana Jonnala.