Kaminario is a Needham, Massachusetts-based computer data storage company founded in 2008. Kaminario manufactures the Kaminario K2 line of solid state storage area network products that use flash memory. The company has offices in Boston, Israel, New York City and Silicon Valley. Dani Golan founded Kaminario in 2008 and became its CEO. Golan had an engineering degree from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and worked at EMC Corporation and Perfomix (acquired by NICE Systems in 2006). The companys first venture capital funding round was announced in May 2011 with $15 million investment from Globespan Capital Partners, Sequoia Capital and Pitango Venture Capital. Kaminario received $25 million in series D funding in June 2012 from Tenaya Capital and existing investors. In December 2014 and January 2015, the company announced $68 million in a series E round from Lazarus Hedge Fund, Silicon Valley Bank, Mitsui & Co. Global Investment and existing investors.