Infinidat, the six-year-old data-storage firm led by EMC co-founder Moshe Yanai, announced today it has bagged $95 million from investors. The Series C funding round was led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing, and earlier backer TPG Growth contributed. The company’s private investors now value Infinidat at $1.6 billion, according to a press release. Its […]
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