Tuxera acquired Datalight from US


Tuxera, an Espoo, Finland-based storage software and networking technology company, announced that it acquired Datalight, a North American developer of embedded file systems, and flash management and acceleration software.

Financial details were not disclosed.

Tuxera, founded in 2008,  has been developing fail-safe, high-performance proprietary implementations of industry-standard file systems such as FAT, exFAT, NTFS, APFS, and HFS+. The company’s solutions have shipped in billions of consumer devices and vehicles to date. Tuxera also has its own high-performance file system, VelocityFS by Tuxera, as well as network storage and streaming software solutions. Tuxera’s headquarters are located in Finland, with regional offices in China, India, Germany, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the US.

Datalight, founded in 1983 and led by CEO Kerri McConnell, develops both flash file systems and flash management software, such as Reliance Edge, Reliance Nitro, FlashFXe, and FlashFX Tera.

Total investments received (USD): N/A