December 12, 2005
The new investment results from Mimosa's marketplace success and is an endorsement of its visionary approach to information management. Launched just six months ago, Mimosa NearPoint has rapidly gained traction with customers across several vertical industries, including defense, financial services, insurance, education and retail. A comprehensive solution for e-mail data management, Mimosa NearPoint addresses archiving, search and compliance, as well as data protection and disaster recovery. It is based on a next-generation architecture that is ahead of the market in terms of scalability, ease of deployment and the fidelity of e-mail and other captured data.
Joe Horowitz, managing general partner of JAFCO Ventures said, "We were impressed with the overall quality of the company and its backers. The management team is very seasoned and the traction for its innovative products across a broad spectrum of customers has been very impressive. We believe Mimosa has the ability and the opportunity to be the market leader in the e-mail and data management space."
Brad O'Neill, senior analyst with the Taneja Group, said, "Mimosa's unique information management architecture sets it apart from other vendors. Mimosa has significant scalability advantages due to its Grid architecture and its approach to real-time application shadowing, which avoids inefficient MAPI data capture."
O'Neill continued, "Mimosa NearPoint provides a true framework to support multiple applications, ranging from Continuous Data Protection (CDP) and archiving to search and discovery, all sharing the same storage infrastructure. Mimosa NearPoint's architecture defines the model for next generation information management solutions."
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