Cloud Storage Company CX Raises $5M From Eric Schmidt And Others, Acquires FileDen

CX, a cloud storage and SaaS data file management system, has raised $5 million in new funding from Eric Schmidt’s Tomorrow Ventures and Hanna Capital. This brings the company’s total funding to $10 million. CX, which has flown under the radar despite the company’s launch earlier this year, is also announcing that it has acquired fellow cloud-based file storage company FileDen. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed we are told the deal was a mixture of stock and cash.
 

CX allows users to backup, synchronize, share, and manage their data in the cloud, from any device to any device, across multiple platforms, including desktops, laptops, netbooks, and mobile devices. CX will sync new, changed, offline, or deleted files to all connected computers and devices and maintains a history as you make changes. Other features include realtime backup, the ability to share a single set of synchronized files with a group of people, and more.
 

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