Mountain View, Calif. – Couchbase, a Mountain View-based developer of NoSQL database software, said on Wednesday it has landed $14 million in its third round of funding, led by Ignition Partners.
Previous backers Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund and North Bridge Venture Partners also participated in the round, which the company will use for product development and international expansion.
Couchbase was formed in February through the merger of Membase and CouchOne. The company’s open-source database tools are used by clients such as Zynga, AOL, the BBC and ShareThis to build web and mobile applications.
“The additional financing gives us the ability to invest more aggressively in this rapidly growing market,” said CEO Bob Wiederhold.
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