Primary Data Raises $50M For Software Defined Storage

Salt Lake City-based Primary Data, the new data storage startup founded by former Fusion-io executive David Flynn and Rick White, has raised $50M in a funding round, the firm said this week. The stealth mode company said it is developing software-defined, data center technology. The funding was led by Accel Partners and also included Battery Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Wing Capital Group.