Cloud and managed hosting startup Voxel has raised $5.5 million in Series A funding led by Seaport Capital. As part of the transaction, Jim Collis of Seaport Capital will join Voxel’s Board of Directors
Voxel delivers high-performance on-demand managed hosting infrastructure services over its own global IP network and content delivery network. The startup’s services include on-demand physical and virtual cloud servers, content delivery networks, and application hosting.
Founded in 1999, Voxel currently has over 1,000 clients. The new funding round will used to support increased sales activities and accelerate the deployment of services both in the U.S. and in international markets.
Voxel dot Net delivers high-performance on-demand managed hosting infrastructure services over its own global IP network and fully-integrated performance-tuned content delivery network (CDN). With nearly 10 years of deep experience in managed hosting, Voxel powers web-based operations from entrepreneurial start-ups to large international corporations.