Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.
Tintri, a company that sells storage boxes packing both fast solid state drives alongside traditional hard disk drives, is announcing today a $125 million round of funding.
o date Tintri has raised $260 million, including the $75 million round announced in February 2014. Since then the company has added support for hypervisors other than VMware’s vSphere, including Microsoft’s Hyper-V.
Tintri started in 2008 and is based in Mountain View, Calif. Customers include Chevron, Sony, Time Warner, and United Healthcare.
Fastly, a startup that offers to host static content in many places around the world in order to display it quickly to Internet users, announced today a $75 million round of funding. This is a bit of a surprise, given that it’s been less than a year since Fastly last announced funding.
Fastly started in 2011, and is based in San Francisco. To date, the startup has raised $130 million.
Iconiq Capital led the new round of funding. Amplify Partners, August Capital, Battery Ventures, IDG Ventures, and O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures also participated.
Mobile marketer Leanplum fattens up with $11.6 million, unveils a new planning tool for app campaigns
Leanplum is a little heavier today, with its announcement of a new $11.6 million in investment funding.
The Series B funding brings the total raised to $17.2 million. Kyurkchiev said the new investment will be used for “expanding the team and ramping up sales and marketing.”
This round was led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Buyers, with participation from Shasta Ventures.
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.