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InovaWave gets $2 Million in Series A funding

If you haven't heard of InovaWave, then you ought to go here. They make some cool software. And also claim to help you with your performance issues. And you might as well apply for a job since the head count is going up in this startup firm.

Today, the Austin, Texas-based firm announced $2 million in Series A funding from Silverton Partners. (See InovaWave Secures $2M.) Terry Ferose, the vendor's founder and CEO, says the funds will be used to double the firm's headcount from 11 to 22 employees during 2007, largely in sales and marketing.

Check out the news here.

And apparently they are not the only one's in this Virtualosphere, Kidaro too claimed a $10 Million funding. Or you can just stick to the good old VDI from VMware unless of course you want to spend your cash of the new breed of vendors.


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