Cloud infrastructure startup Nebula, founded by former NASA IT chief Chris Kemp, wrapped up the week’s funding deals with a multimillion dollar debt round. We’ve got the details on that financing and more below in Friday’s installment of Funding Daily.
Nebula nabs $3.5M for OpenStack hardware
Following a $25 million financing in late 2012, Nebula has taken on an additional $3.5 million in debt funding, according to a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company deploys complete private clouds for enterprises based on OpenStack (open-source cloud computing software) and commodity hardware. The resulting implementations cost as little as $100,000, which is cheap for an enterprise-capable data center. Read the full story on VentureBeat.
Gusto grabs $1.3M for its smart iPhone inbox
Mobile-productivity startup Gusto has closed a $1.3 million funding round led by Elevate Ventures, the company announced today. Gusto’s eponymous iPhone app launched on the app store today, bringing powerful search and attachment features to its unified mobile inbox. The best part? It’s free. Read more about Gusto on its website.
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