Skylable is a Poland/UK based open source storage company founded by veteran open-source developers Tomasz Kojm, Luca Gibelli, Edwin Török, and Alberto Wu. The founding team was the original team behind ClamAV, the world’s most popular open-source anti-virus software acquired by SourceFire in 2007 (now part of Cisco). Skylable is the creator of the SX open-source storage technology which lets developers and operations teams set up secure and robust private or hybrid storage clouds in a matter of minutes. SX runs on commodity hardware and, in the modern tradition of enterprise open-source, provides a model replacement to costly storage hardware appliances and hosted services.
In October 2014, Sunstone announced it was the first institutional investor in the company.
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