Dell Technologies Capital today announced that it closed 27 investments in the first half of its fiscal year (February-September).
Dell Technologies Capital’s new investments included Series A and B financing rounds and spanned a broad range of technology areas strategic to the Dell Technologies family of companies.
Dell Technologies Capital’s new investments
# Binaris (Serverless computing)
# Datometry (Database virtualization)
# Jask (Security Operations)
# Minio (Multi-cloud object storage)
# OpsMx (Software release management)
# RedLock (Cloud Security)
# RiskLens (Cyber-security risk management)
# RiskRecon (Cyber-security risk management)
# Otonomo (Connected-car data exchange/marketplace)
# ZingBox (IoT device security)
The venture investment arm for Dell Technologies said the venture capital team had its fastest pace of investment in the last five years. Headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., Dell Technologies Capital has offices in Boston, Austin and Herliya, Israel.
“As the adoption of new technologies like IoT, AI and ML become more prevalent, we plan to scale our capital investments and resources accordingly,” said Scott Darling, president, Dell Technologies Capital.
The company focuses on early-stage investments in emerging technology areas including Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), developer-led Infrastructure, next-gen storage, serverless computing, connected-car infrastructure and security.