Tuesday, 24 July 2012 | By Michelle Hammond Sydney-based tech start-up OrionVM is preparing to close a Series A round in the United States, with plans to open an office in San Francisco and a datacentre in Silicon Valley. OrionVM was founded in 2010 by university graduates Sheng Yeo, Joseph Glanville and Alex Sharp, who created an infrastructure-as-a-service […]
SYDNEY, NSW MAY 22 – Today at CeBIT, Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Stoner announces OrionVM as part of 2012’s Collaborative Solutions Project. This year’s project is focused around mobile government and OrionVM along with Asterism Digital are working with Department of Trade and Investment’s Finance Strategy & Operations Branch to […]
By Michael Lee | November 16, 2011 Widely accepted father of the minicomputer, Gordon Bell, and Pipe Networks co-founder Stephen Baxter have become the latest duo to back OrionVM as angel investors. The cloud infrastructure start-up offers a computing and storage services platform over the web that has previously outperformed Amazon in several areas. It is run […]
Sydney start-up gets cash injection. Computing pioneer Gordon Bell and serial start-up founder Stephen Baxter have invested in Sydney-based cloud computing provider OrionVM. OrionVM is an infrastructure-as-a-service start-up founded by three university students that makes bold claims around possessing the world’s fastest network storage performance. The company won’t disclose the value of the investment, but […]
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