Pure Storage Raises $28 Million, Says Flash Will Disrupt Enterprise Storage

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According to this SEC filing, Pure Storage has raised another $28 million in venture capital, adding to the $25 million it has raised over the past few years. And the company’s solution is still in private beta testing.

The SEC filing includes names of two management team members, founder and CTO John “Coz” Colgrove and CEO Scott Dietzen (most recently president and CTO of Zimbra and former Yahoo VP) as well as investors like Aneel Bhusri (Greylock), Satish Dharmaraj (Redpoint Ventures), former Veritas CEO Mark Leslie and Mike Speiser (Sutter Hill Ventures).

Pure Storage on its website says it’s leveraging flash to “change the performance and cost dynamics of enterprise storage”. Its solution isn’t exactly for sale yet, but you can sign up for Pure Storage’s early access program here.