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DriveNets raises USD 117 mln in round led by Seagate, Palo Alto, Microsoft executives

Tuesday 9 July 2019 | 09:14 CET | News
Israeli software company DriveNets said it raised USD 117 million during a series A funding round joined by former Seagate CEO and current board chairman Steve Luczo, former Palo Alto CEO Mark McLaughlin, and Microsoft chairman of the board John Thompson.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Microsoft / Seagate
Countries: World
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