Software-Defined Server Provider TidalScale Raises $27M In [...]


Software-Defined Server Provider TidalScale Raises $27M In Series B Funding


Dec 6, 2018 - TidalScale (tidalscale.com), a provider of software-defined servers – right-sizing servers on demand, has now raised $27 million in an "oversubscribed" Series B funding.

"TidalScale's unique technology has the potential to break through the limitations of today's scale-up and scale-out solutions with the best of both worlds," said Kevin Krewell, Principal Analyst at TIRIAS Research. "TidalScale technology can deliver the performance of in-memory computing with the scalability of traditional scale-out clusters, yet with the simplicity of monolithic scale-up servers."

TidalScale's "breakthrough" software-defined server technology would amplify the value of modern data centers by enabling [...][... Check source for end of article ...]
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