New York — CX, a cloud storage and SaaS (software as a service) data file management company, has raised $5 million in new funding from Eric Schmidt’s Tomorrow Ventures and Hanna Capital, TechCrunch reported Thursday.
CX allows users to synchronize, store, share, manage and back up their data in a cloud that is easily accessible through any smartphone device, laptop, desktop and netbook. The company also enables users to any changes through their collective history storage system, and also allows for real-time backup and the ability to share and synchronize files with any number of people.
The new investment brings CX’s total funding to $10 million. The company, which launched earlier this year, has also recently acquired FileDen, another cloud-based file storage company. Although the amount of the acquisition was not disclosed, the deal boosts CX’s combined user base to 3.5 million users.