Data Center Startup Rohati Raises $11M

A data center startup named Rohati Systems Inc. has raised around $11 million in Series B funding from Matrix Partners and Foundation Capital, according to PE Week (via VentureBeat). The company describes itself as “an early-stage start-up operating in stealth mode,” and its web site doesn’t offer much in the way of additional information:

The Rohati team has extensive data center experience and has delivered multiple highly-successful products. Today, the enterprise data center is at an inflection point, with a variety of promising infrastructure technologies in networking, computers and applications being targeted for building next generation data centers. We have identified emerging pain-points in enterprise infrastructure and are developing an innovative, next-generation data center platform to address these pain-points.

Various news accounts place its headquarters in San Jose, Menlo Park or Sunnyvale, but a brief SEC filing lists its headquarters address as 1917 O’Toole Way in San Jose. The San Jose Mercury News reported last month that Rohati has leased 13,600 square feet of R&D space in Sunnyvale. The company is actively advertising for software engineers on major job boards. Rohati is a Sanskrit word which means “to grow, to rise, to ascend,” according to the company.

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.