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Morphlabs Gets $10 Million to Expand its OpenStack Push in Asia

Morphlabs, which has focused on enabling Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) functions through public and private OpenStack cloud deployments, has announced a new new $10 million Series D investment that will help it expand its OpenStack efforts in Asia. The company had already been offering training services for OpenStack in both the U.S. and Asia, but is also working in partnership with NEC on OpenStack public cloud services for Asia.

Morphlabs has a Tokyo office from which it can drive its efforts in Asia, and is helping organizations leverage OpenStack for public cloud services, in direct competition with Amazon Web Services. Tallwood Capital and G2iG contributed to its latest round of funding. 

Read more at Ostatic
 

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