Cloud infrastructure maker Liqid raises $12.3M

BROOMFIELD  — Liqid Inc., a Broomfield maker of composable infrastructure software, raised $12.3 million out of its ongoing $20 million funding round.

The company, which was founded in Golden and later moved to Broomfield, started the round Aug. 15 and is still offering $7.7 million in equity sales, according to filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Composable infrastructure is an IT system that treats computing power, storage and network resources in a data center as individual pools instead of combining them together physically. In theory, this allows a company’s IT staff to run an application using only the resources it needs instead of building a physical or virtual workstation for that application in advance.

A spokesman for Liqid declined to comment, citing ongoing fundraising.

Liqid previously raised $17.4 million in four earlier funding rounds, according to SEC filings.

BROOMFIELD  — Liqid Inc., a Broomfield maker of composable infrastructure software, raised $12.3 million out of its ongoing $20 million funding round.

The company, which was founded in Golden and later moved to Broomfield, started the round Aug. 15 and is still offering $7.7 million in equity sales, according to filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Composable infrastructure is an IT system that treats computing power, storage and network resources in a data center as individual pools instead of combining them together physically. In theory, this allows a company’s IT staff to run an application using only the resources it needs instead of building a physical or virtual workstation for that application in advance.

A spokesman for Liqid declined to comment, citing ongoing fundraising.

Liqid previously raised $17.4 million in four earlier funding rounds, according to SEC filings.