Arkeia Software

Arkeia (pronounced ar-KEY-yuh) delivered the first commercial network backup solution for the Linux market in 1996. The company launched a range of backup appliances in 2007, followed by the introduction of a backup server as a VMware virtual appliance in 2009, becoming the first backup solution to offer all 3 types of backup server deployment. While Arkeia began as a software company selling direct to end-users, the company adopted a one-tier reseller network beginning in 2008. Over 50,000 organizations, spanning over 100 countries, have adopted Arkeia’s backup solutions. Customers select Arkeia backup because it is fast, easy-to-use, and affordable. Arkeia Software acquired Kadena Systems in 2009 to gain that company's algorithms for next-generation Progressive Deduplication™. By 2012, the Arkeia solutions protected all of the major virtual environments and over 200 physical platforms, delivering secure backups to tape, disk, and cloud targets. WD, a Western Digital® company acquired Arkeia Software in December 2012 for a combination of stock and cash. WD merged Arkeia Software into its Branded Products division and targeted SMB markets with small form factor, WD-designed appliances.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Irvine, US
Founded
1996
Size (employees)
54 (est)+2%
Website
arkeia.com
Arkeia Software was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Irvine, US

Arkeia Software Office Locations

Arkeia Software has an office in Irvine
Irvine, US (HQ)
100 3355 Michelson Dr

Arkeia Software Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1996

Total Funding

$7 m

Latest funding size

$3 m

Time since last funding

over 10 years

Investors

Arkeia Software's latest funding round in May 2007 was reported to be $3 m. In total, Arkeia Software has raised $7 m

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