Data is the lifeblood of modern businesses but mobilizing it is far from easy. Companies have to go through a lot of steps just to make sure they are getting the most (if not all) out of the information coming in from different sources.
Now, as the volume of this information grows multifold, Seattle-based Expanso is moving to give teams a better way to handle their data assets with distributed processing. The company today announced it has raised $7.5 million in a seed round of funding, led by General Catalyst and Hetz Ventures.
It plans to use the capital to double down on this idea, accelerate the development of its data processing platform ‘Bacalhau’ and take it to even more enterprise users, giving them the ability to process information right where it is.
“Infrastructure built to meet data where it is, even if distributed around the world, is long ...
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