Morphlabs is a provider in complete cloud solutions for the Service Provider and Enterprise. The company's mCloud products combine best-of-breed software and optimized & certified hardware to deliver efficient open-source cloud. The mCloud solution's next generation modular architecture enables modular scaling with compute and storage dramatically reducing the cost of IT while accelerating time to market.
Latest Morphlabs News
Aug 20, 2013
Manhattan Beach-based OpenStack systems developer Morphlabs announced this morning that it has raised $10M in a Series D funding round, bringing the company's total raised to $22.5M. According to Morphlabs, the round was led by Tallwood Management and Entropy Research Lab, and also included G2iG. Morphlabs said the move will go towards expansion in Asia. Morphlabs develops a set of pre-configured and pre-integrated hardware and software for hosting OpenStack clouds. More information »
Morphlabs Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Morphlabs founded?
Morphlabs was founded in 2007.
Where is Morphlabs's headquarters?
Morphlabs's headquarters is located at 3601 Aviation Blvd, Manhattan Beach.
What is Morphlabs's latest funding round?
Morphlabs's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Morphlabs raise?
Morphlabs raised a total of $22M.
Who are the investors of Morphlabs?
Investors of Morphlabs include Global Gateway Investment Group, Tallwood Management, Entropy Research Lab, Apothecary Capital, Wavemaker Partners and 5 more.
Who are Morphlabs's competitors?
Competitors of Morphlabs include Abiquo.
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