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Schooner Information Technology


99.999% SQL database and memcached

Schooner Information Technology develops and markets two software products: SchoonerSQL™, a high-availability high-performance SQL database, 100% compatible with standard MySQL and InnoDB, for demanding mission-critical applications; and Membrain™,...

Founded in 2007
Homepage:
Blog: http://www.schoonerinfotech.com/blog
Total money raised: $35M

Headquarters:

94085 501 Macara Ave., Suite 101

Sunnyvale
USA CA

Phone: (408) 773-7500

Tags:   5-9s   availability   database   database-replication   flash   flash-memory   high   high-availability   memcached   memory   mysql   nosql   replication   schoonersql   ssds

Dr John R. Busch Chairman and CTO
Jerry Rudisin CEO and President
Darpan Dinker VP Engineering
John Walecka Investor
Past
Dr. Thomas McWilliams Co-founder and Schooner Fellow
Michael Pray SVP WW Sales & Marketing
Mark Lohmeyer VP Products
Pavan Venkatesh Director of Product Management & Strategy

June, 2012

Schooner Information Technology was acquired by SanDisk

SANDISK ACQUIRES ENTERPRISE STORAGE SOFTWARE MAKER SCHOONER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY    sandisk.com

July, 2009

Schooner Information Technology raised $20M in a Series B round from Menlo Ventures, CMEA Capital, and Redpoint Ventures

SCHOONER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RAISES $20 MILLION IN SECOND-ROUND FUNDING TO FUEL WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION OF GROUNDBREAKING DATA ACCESS APPLIANCES    freshnews.com

Secured $20 million B-round funding from Menlo Ventures, CMEA, and Redpoint.

Schooner rakes in $20 million for data access appliances    networkworld.com

April, 2009

Signed worldwide manufacturing, sales, and support agreement with IBM.

Schooner Collaborates with IBM to Deliver Next-Generation Data Access Appliances    www1.schoonerinfotech.com

October, 2007

Schooner Information Technology raised $15M in a Series A round from CMEA Ventures and Redpoint Ventures

Schooner Raises $15 Million    fis.dowjones.com

May, 2007

Schooner Information Technology was founded on May, 2007