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Founded Year

2015

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$8.67M

About Atavium

Atavium offers data management solutions, developing a platform to mine, categorize and maximize value of data.On April 8, 2020, Atavium was acquired by Quantum. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Atavium Headquarter Location

130 Cheshire Lane N Suite 150

Hopkins, Minnesota, 55305,

United States

763-208-4516

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Atavium Patents

Atavium has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Data management
  • Database management systems
  • Cloud storage
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

10/27/2017

10/19/2021

Data management, Database management systems, Network protocols, Queueing theory, Diagrams

Grant

Application Date

10/27/2017

Grant Date

10/19/2021

Title

Related Topics

Data management, Database management systems, Network protocols, Queueing theory, Diagrams

Status

Grant

Latest Atavium News

Quantum bolsters StorNext through Atavium acquisition – Blocks and Files

Sep 10, 2020

Quantum quietly bought Atavium, a small storage and data workflow startup, for an undisclosed sum last month. There are obvious synergies with Quantum’s StorNext file workflow management suite. Atavium software identifies and manage data and optimises data movement through processing workflows. It provides search and policy-based tiering – flash to disk to S3 cloud – and uses ‘zero-touch tagging’ to mark files as they pass through workflow stages. Quantum is bedding down the acquisition by reorganising engineering into primary and secondary storage portfolios. Atavium co-founder CEO Ed Fiore, a former engineering VP at Dell EMC, becomes Quantum’s general manager for primary storage. He takes charge of Atavium source code and intellectual property and developingStorNext capabilities for media library software, real-time search and analytics, hybrid multi-cloud experience and ease of use. Fellow Atavium co-founder Mark Bakke joins Quantum as Fiore’s technical director. He will explore enterprise-wide networking and cloud capabilities. Ed Fiore (left) and Mark Bakke Quantum’s secondary storage portfolio is to be headed up by Bruno Hald, a 25-year company vet. He currently runs the archive and data protection product groups. Quantum CEO Jamie Lerner issued the following quote: “It’s noteworthy that with the work we’ve done to rationalise our cost structure, we’re able to elevate our talent while decreasing operational expenses. Ed Fiore and Mark Bakke provide the startup calibre talent that is essential to our primary storage portfolio as we transition to delivering more software-defined solutions. “I’m also thrilled to promote Bruno Hald to a new role that will enable us to focus on the unique requirements of archive and data protection customers who depend on Quantum.” Atavium was set up by a bunch of Compellent veterans in Minneapolis in December 2015 and raised $8.7m and employed about 30 staff in its short life. - Advertisement -

  • When was Atavium founded?

    Atavium was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Atavium's headquarters?

    Atavium's headquarters is located at 130 Cheshire Lane N, Hopkins.

  • What is Atavium's latest funding round?

    Atavium's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Atavium raise?

    Atavium raised a total of $8.67M.

  • Who are the investors of Atavium?

    Investors of Atavium include Quantum, Brightstone Venture Capital, Correlation Ventures, Rally Ventures, G-Bar Ventures and 4 more.

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