Nvidia has purchased the flash drive memory storage software provider, which already counted its Mellanox Technologies subsidiary as an investor.

Semiconductor producer Nvidia acquired Excelero, a US-based flash storage technology developer backed by mobile chipmaker Qualcomm and data storage product manufacturer Western Digital, for an undisclosed amount on Monday. Excelero has built a flash drive-focused management and security software tool dubbed NVMesh. The product supports large-scale cloud platforms including industrial internet-of-things, artificial intelligence (AI) and…

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Edison Fu

Edison Fu is a reporter and Asia liaison at Global Corporate Venturing.