The flash memory company today filed for a public offering of up to $172.5 million in common stock.
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The deal will help Flash memory to disrupt hard drives in enterprise data centers.
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The two companies complement each other in speeding data center performance.
Violin Memory, the Silicon Valley-based company with a super-fast flash memory service, is hurtling toward a highly successful IPO.
Violin Memory is adding Symantec’s data management services to its storage arrays, making it easier to manage the data stored in its flash memory.
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Violin Memory has raised $50 million in a fourth round of funding at a market value of more than $800 million, the company said today.