CTERA Press Room
Getting On The Cloud: 12 Cloud Storage Gateways
Businesses can use CTERA’s cloud storage gateways to centrally manage from one device to tens of thousands of devices from a single console, and can replace legacy files servers and tape backup to help reduce data center costs.
Is your organization ready for the cloud?
It’s important to note that file sync and share is but one use-case or application where cloud storage can help. “Cloud storage” covers as many use cases as traditional storage, in that there are multiple and divergent needs, and multiple solutions to address those needs. Consider data storage for remote/branch offices (ROBOs).
Gateways Will Accelerate Data Migration to the Cloud
Innovation and investment in this area does not appear to be slowing down. CTERA locked in an additional $25 million in VC funding last week to accelerate the sales and marketing efforts to support its cloud gateway and file sync & share products.
CTERA Closes $25M Funding Round For Cloud Storage, File Sync And Share
The latest round of funding will make it easier for PAR 4 to bring CTERA to customers. It certainly legitimizes the intellectual property behind it to see that much money pour in. It's important to customers to know a company will be around for a while, Chris Tedesco, vice president of managed services and operations, PAR 4 Technology Group and CTERA partner.
CTERA Networks: Welcome to Platform Era for Enterprise Cloud Storage
Everyday I am amazed at the progress that we make as an organization as well as the impact that a lean and hungry team of cloud storage lovers is making on the traditional IT guard and winning. Much of our story is yet to be written, but the first chapters are incredibly inspiring and we can't wait to unveil the next chapter. The Platform Era begins now, Liran Eshel, CTERA CEO.
Private Cloud Firm CTERA Closes $25 Million Funding Round
The financing round was led by Bessemer Venture Partners, who join existing CTERA investors Benchmark Capital, Cisco, and Venrock. CTERA’s existing investors also participated in the Series C round. The current financing round brings Israel-based CTERA to a total of $45 million in funding.