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December 23, 2009
Tuxera Secures More Growth Funding
Accelerates International Expansion Plan
HELSINKI, FINLAND. Tuxera, the leading interoperable file system software provider, is pleased to announce it has secured more growth funding. The company was evaluated by a panel of venture capitalists and private investors who made an unanimous recommendation to grant funding targeted at highly innovative companies on behalf of Tekes – the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation. The Agency already granted Tuxera R&D funding in June 2009.
“We are extremely happy about the positive funding decision that came after a very competitive four-month long process. With the new funding in hand, we can capture new markets and accelerate our international expansion plan. Our goal is to serve customers any size, any place, any time.” notes Mikko Välimäki, Tuxera CEO.
“It is crucial to be a winner in these turbulent economic times. Tuxera is bigger, better, and faster every day. But we cannot stop to celebrate yet. We will continue the hard work to take the leadership in the world file system markets, and related products, with full steam.” adds Szabolcs Szakacsits, Tuxera CTO and founder.
For further information:
Mikko Välimäki, CEO
email: mikko at tuxera dot com
Szabolcs Szakacsits, CTO
email: szaka at tuxera dot com
About Tuxera. Tuxera offers NTFS and exFAT file system software that guarantee plug and play Windows interoperability. Building on the success of open source, Tuxera’s industry-standard NTFS solution has over 10 million installations. Tuxera was the first to implement reliable NTFS read/write support on Linux, Mac OS X, and other systems. Tuxera is also the first to offer exFAT for any system based on extensive collaboration with Microsoft including intellectual property and alliance agreements. Tuxera’s customers include leading software, semiconductor, and consumer electronics companies. Together we design the future of file system interoperability. See more from http://www.tuxera.com/