New York-based VAST secures $100M for data storage

New York-based VAST secures $100M for data storage

Software/News : VAST Data, a New York-based data storage company, has raised a $100 million Series C round of funding at a $1.2 billion valuation. But don't call it a unicorn. The company prefers to describe itself as a camel-a new term that has emerged to describe startups that prioritize sustainability by balancing growth with cash flow.

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New York-based VAST secures $100M for data storage