Paris-based InterCloud raises €100M in Funding led by Aleph Capital

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The Software-Defined Cloud Interconnect (SDCI) platform vendor InterCloud, located in Paris, said on Tuesday that it secured €100M in its Series D round of investment. The investment raises the company’s overall funds generated to date to €138M. Aleph Capital took the lead in the most recent round. Former chairman of the European Merchant Banking Division at Goldman Sachs, Hugues Lepic formed this standalone European private equity investment company with headquarters in London buy backlinks.

Along with Aleph, previous investors Ventech and Open CNP participated in the financing. The funding, according to InterCloud, will enable it to broaden its service portfolio and continue to engage in external expansion. Additionally, the funding will aid the company’s foreign sales force expansion, beginning in Europe, with the addition of about 50 sales personnel in 2022 alone.           

According to InterCloud CEO Jerome Dilouya, there is a huge market prospect for SDCI platforms, and with Aleph Capital, I am happy to have outstanding partners to help the company grow. Enterprises all over the world are prioritizing hybrid cloud platforms and services, and InterCloud is ideally situated to swiftly increase its market share. Along with growth, InterCloud will utilize the cash to quicken R&D for the development of its products, bolster its alliances, and grasp acquisition possibilities. 

Companies are realizing that a successful cloud strategy requires proper and effective connection when they migrate their IT resources to the cloud. InterCloud hopes to make an impact in this area. InterCloud ensure that businesses maintain total control over their applications by offering flexible, dependable, and seamless cloud access. The goal of InterCloud, founded in 2010 by Benjamin Ryzman and Jerome Dilouya, is to provide safe, quick, and dependable internet connectivity to cloud-hosted data and apps. It does this by selecting and controlling the “optimal” data conduits to ensure efficiency and privacy.

The business’s private connection solution ensures optimum, automatic, and secure end-to-end access to apps and data housed across the expanding cloud services. InterCloud asserts that it can do this because of its cutting-edge network management skills, strong connection foundation, and tight collaborations with the major cloud service providers on the planet.

The benefits of the Cloud are enjoyed by InterCloud’s clients, who can swiftly migrate their activities to any location in the globe with any of the top Cloud providers while still receiving the greatest levels of efficiency and confidentiality. The platform of InterCloud has been chosen by major cloud suppliers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google Cloud, Salesforce, ServiceNow, IBM, SAP, Oracle, Outscale, and Alibaba.