An exact amount of the investment was not disclosed, but according to CrunchBase and other sources, 10Gen had raised $73.4 million prior to todayâ€™s news. That would peg this new investment at $2.6 million between the two companies. In May of this year, New Enterprise Associates led a $42 million round with existing investors. In-Q-Tel followed in September with an undisclosed round.
The Series E investment will go toward product development and worldwide community development.