Citrusleaf Launches with $2M

Citrusleaf, a Mountain View, CA, company offering “NoSQL” database software intended for high-performance, data-intensive Web and mobile applications, came out of stealth mode today and said that it has collected $2 million in Series A venture funding from Alsop Louie Partners, Kalpathi Investments and Draper Associates. The money will be used “to enhance products, expand the team, and support growing vertical market customers in the advertising, financial, government and healthcare sectors,” the company said in a statement. The company’s founders are Brian Bulkowski, a veteran of Aggregate Knowledge, Liberate, and Novell, and Srini Srinivasan, formerly of Verdisoft, Yahoo, and Liberate. The company says its Citrusleaf 2.0 software “elegantly solves a problem that challenges today’s most data intensive, mission-critical businesses: how to optimally store and access schema free data with absolute accuracy, linear scalability, high throughput, and extreme reliability.”

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