The 10 Coolest Virtualization Startups Of 2013 (So Far)

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CEO: Shimon Hason

Intigua celebrated the start of 2013 the right way: with an $8.6 million round of Series A financing from Bessemer Venture Partners, Cedar Fund and other individual investors. The virtualization management startup was started in 2009 when its founders began working on a cloud platform with a virtualized management layer. Intigua's platform was recently certified by IBM as "Ready For Tivoli," which will allow the technology to be integrated with IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM).


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