US' Cohesity to invest $10 mn in India

The company converges secondary storage workflows onto a single, intelligent platform

  California-based Cohesity, a start-up in converged secondary storage space, founded by ex-Google engineer Mohit Aron, said the firm will invest $10 million in India over the next two years in research and development. It has roped in Apurv Gupta, also an ex-Googler, to head Cohesity India as it launched operations on Tuesday. The company, backed by Sequoia Capital, Wing Venture Capital, ARTIS Ventures, Google Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Accel Partners, Battery Ventures, and Trinity Ventures, plans to hire 25 people for its India centre. The company converges secondary ...