Penguin raises $3.11M for Linux cluster virtualization

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Penguin Computing, a San Francisco-based provider of Linux cluster virtualization, has raised just over $3.11 million in a third round of funding, according to a regulatory filing cited by PE Wire.

Shareholders include vSpring Capital, San Francisco Equity Partners, Weber Capital and Convergence Partners.