HyperQube to use funds to meet immense demand for simplified and automated web-browser based virtualization services.

Washington, D.C., May 8, 2019 – HyperQube, a web browser-based digitization and virtualization provider, has raised a round of seed funding for $500,000. Investors include: Adam Ghetti, CTO, Ionic Security; Michael Wellman, CEO, Virgil Security; Dmitry Dain, CTO, Virgil; MACH37 cybersecurity accelerator; the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) Gap Fund; and local investor Kathryn Stewart. The company is using the funds to accelerate sales and development and add key hires to the executive team.

HyperQube is tackling the lacking or broken existing solutions for virtual infrastructure development by offering enterprises the ability to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any IT infrastructure. These virtualized test environments can be built in minutes and easily modified, re-used and shared. To accommodate the increasingly cloud-based enterprise, HyperQube unifies the distributed virtual infrastructure ecosystem by radically simplifying and automating the way it is created, distributed, consumed, and stored.

“We are thrilled to have gained the partners and funding that will allow us to meet demand, grow faster and welcome top-grade talent to the executive team,” said HyperQube founder and CEO Craig Stevenson. “Our initial launch proved what we knew to be true from the beginning: There is intensive need from enterprises and government for better tools to create, develop and distribute virtual infrastructures.”

HyperQube has developed personalized products for a variety of C-suite needs and use cases. These solutions include: HyperRange for enterprise to virtual infrastructure development and deployment,  HyperDesign for remote collaboration and HyperSkill for realistic cybersecurity education and training. Learn more at www.hyperqube.io.

About HyperQube
HyperQube technology enables enterprises to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any IT infrastructure. HyperQube virtualized test environments can be built in minutes and just as easily modified, re-used and shared. Learn more at
www.hyperqube.io