DevOps platform for Android Edge Devices, Esper secured $30 million funding

Esper DevOps

Esper, a provider of a DevOps platform for android edge devices, has now secured $30 million in a Series B funding round.

Bellevue Washington headquartered Esper provides a DevOps platform for android edge devices. As the industry-leading solution for the DevOps platform for android devices, Esper infrastructure enables mid-market organizations, developers, and enterprise fleets of 100000+ devices to deliver their software as a service. 

The DevOps platform provider has a global customer adoption among some of the world's most innovative brands in healthcare, retail, logistics, hospitality, education, and more

Executive Opinion

Esper CEO and co-founder Yadhu Gopalan, who founded the company together with COO Shiv Sundar, said, "The pandemic has transformed industries like connected fitness, digital health, hospitality, and food delivery, further accelerating the adoption of intelligent edge devices. But with each new use case, better software automation is required. Esper’s mature cloud infrastructure incorporates the functionality cloud developers have come to expect, re-imagined for devices."

Chris Merli, the founder at Inspire Fitness, said, "Esper helped us launch our Fusion-connected fitness offering on three different types of hardware in less than six months. Their full-stack connected fitness Android platform helped us test our application on different hardware platforms, configure all our devices over the cloud, and manage our fleet exactly to our specifications. They gave us speed, Android expertise, and trust that our application would provide a delightful experience for our customers."

Esper's Latest Funding

Bellevue based DevOps provider Esper's latest funding round brings total funding to $40.6 million. The Scale Venture Capital led the latest funding round. Other participating investors include Haystack, Root Ventures, Madrona Venture Group, and Ubiquity Ventures.

The DevOps platform provider, as of now, intends to use the newly raised funds to build out its product portfolio and expand its infrastructure platform to support a larger workload. Esper also plans to expand its team and hire engineers in cloud, full-stack, and Android, notes the announcement.
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