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  • September 13, 2013
    Tech Investor News Couchbase rolls out native NoSQL databases for iOS, Android

    Couchbase is officially opening up two new technologies to mobile developers as part of a public beta program. Couchbase Lite is a lightweight database designed specifically for iOS and Android devices, while Cloud Sync Gateway syncs local data with a bigger database in the cloud.

  • September 13, 2013
    Gadget Rumours Couchbase Launches 'JSON Anywhere' Mobile Strategy

    Data stored in Couchbase Lite on a mobile device is seamlessly synchronized with the Couchbase Server in the cloud, enabling the simple development of a new class of occasionally connected, data intensive mobile applications.

  • September 13, 2013
    Virtualization Journal Couchbase Announces 'JSON Anywhere' Mobile Partner Program

    "The NoSQL market is starting to enter its hyper-growth stage with an increasing shift from relational to NoSQL," said Couchbase CEO Bob Wiederhold, "The first wave has been at the server level, either in the data center or in the cloud. The next wave is clearly mobile, where Couchbase is leading the charge in the shift away from relational. In adopting the technology, we believe that there is the potential to have Couchbase Lite on a billion devices."

  • September 13, 2013 Couchbase Open Source Data Store Goes Mobile

    (Couchbase) is also releasing companion products, Couchbase Sync Gateway, which synchronizes data between a mobile device and a cloud service, and Couchbase Cloud, an online sandbox for developers to try Couchbase Lite. Developers could use Couchbase Lite to store data for their mobile applications, and use Couchbase Sync Gateway to synchronize the data with back-end supporting services, the company suggests.

  • September 13, 2013
    InfoTech Couchbase Launches 'JSON Anywhere' Mobile Strategy; Becomes First Vendor to Offer a Native NoSQL Database for Mobile Devices Together with Easy Sync

    The Couchbase JSON Anywhere strategy is targeted at mobile application developers that want to create highly responsive, data-centric applications that are always-available regardless of network connectivity. JSON Anywhere means: JSON on the device, JSON on the wire, and JSON in the cloud.

  • September 13, 2013
    Telco 2.0 Monitoring the cloud at Twitter-scale; consumer radio planning exists!

    Couchbase, the popular document-oriented NoSQL database, is offering a new version of its software for use as a local data store on mobile devices. They suggest that, for example, a medical system could keep much more data locally and keep it organised, being able to function without continuous connectivity. At the same time, they’re also offering Couchbase as a cloud service, living in Amazon EC2.

  • September 12, 2013
    DZone Couchbase Launches 3 New Products

    As a part of their "JSON Anywhere" strategy for always-available mobile apps, Couchbase launched three new products today: Couchbase Lite, Couchbase Sync Gateway, and Couchbase Cloud.

  • August 30, 2013
    CMSWire Couchbase Get A Pile Of Dough

    Couchbase, a commercial software entity that develops and provides commercial packages and support for Couchbase Server, an open-source, NoSQL, document-oriented database, received 25 million in new funding this week. “We weren’t planning to raise more money until early 2014,” says Bob Wiederhold, CEO of Couchbase, but a number of VC’s were apparently so impressed by the success of the company’s 2.0 release (delivered last December) that they wanted “in” on the game.

  • August 28, 2013
    TechCrunch Couchbase Raises $25M To Further Develop NoSQL Database And Expand Into International Markets

    Like other NoSQL companies, Couchbase has had greater adoption as companies do more strategic evaluations. More enterprise providers are considering Couchbase for mission critical applications. In its latest release, Couchbase added cross data center replication for customers that want to have the database technology available and synced from multiple data center locations. It also added new security features.

  • August 28, 2013
    JAXenter A catch-up with Couchbase CEO Bob Wiederhold on their $25m funding

    "There were two big things that allowed us to achieve the 400% increase. The first was releasing Couchbase 2.0 in December. The release extended the capabilities of our key-value database to be a document database with indexing and querying and also added a cross datacenter replication capability that allowed enterprises with global customers to mirror their databases across multiple datacenters."

  • August 28, 2013
    eWeek Couchbase Scores $25 Million for NoSQL Database

    The Couchbase 2.0 release marked a major milestone in the evolution of the NoSQL database. With that release, Couchbase became what is known as a "document value database." As a document value database, developers can store JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) documents in the database that can then be queried. The Couchbase 2.1 release in June added further document value and caching capabilities.

  • August 28, 2013
    The Wall Street Journal The Daily Startup: Google Ventures, InCube Back Rani Therapeutics

    NoSQL database developer Couchbase Inc. has raised a $25 million Series D round led by Adams Street Partners and including all current investors.

  • August 28, 2013
    Dow Jones - VentureWire Couchbase Stocks $25M as Internet Database Race Heats Up

    Couchbase Inc. has raised another $25 million as the race to establish a new class of database--one that can handle massive volumes of fluctuating data generated by millions of online users--heats up.

  • August 28, 2013
    Silicon Valley Business Journal Couchbase raises $25M for open source database tech

    It is part of the NoSQL database crowd that includes MongoDB and Cassandra that has challenged traditional relational database technology that dominated for decades, notably from Oracle. NoSQL advocates say it is more scaleable, performs better and is easier to develop on.

  • August 28, 2013
    PandoDaily NoSQL raises $25M to expand to India, China, and South America

    NoSQL database company Couchbase has raised a $25 million Series D round, brining its total financing to $56 million. The round was led by Adams Street Partners, with participation from existing investors Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund, North Bridge Venture Partners, and Ignition Partners. The company plans to use the new cash to expand into India, China, and South America.

  • August 28, 2013
    ProgrammableWeb Couchbase Raises Another $25 Million in Funding

    With developers more or less forcing the issue all kinds of new data models are finding their way into the enterprise. One of the more popular ones are a form of NoSQL database technology based on a Key/Value store architecture. As a leading proponent of such an architecture Couchbase has already seen a 400 percent growth in sales this year, which accounts for why it was able to announce today that it has picked up another $25 million in financing.

  • August 28, 2013
    Pulse 2.0 NoSQL Company Couchbase Raises $25 Million In Funding

    Couchbase’s sales grew by over 400% in 2013 and has won many new enterprise accounts.  The company plans to use the funding for expanding international sales and marketing along with launching new innovative products.

  • August 28, 2013
    peHUB Couchbase Raises $25M in Round Led by Adams Street

    Couchbase, a leader in NoSQL database technology and the company behind the Couchbase open source project, today announced that it has closed a $25 million Series D funding round led by Adams Street Partners and joined by existing investors Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund, North Bridge Venture Partners, and Ignition Partners.

  • August 28, 2013
    IVCPOST NoSQL Couchbase pools additional USD25 million

    NoSQL database startup Couchbase raised USD25 million in Series D funding round. The amount raised from the funding round would be for development of the software product's features and expansion to Indian, Chinese and South American markets. Adam Street Partners led the round, where existing investors Mayfield Fund, Accel Partners Ignition Partners and North Bridge venture Partners also participated.

  • August 28, 2013
    DevOpsANGLE Couchbase Raises $25 Million to Drive NoSQL Product Into Enterprise and Beyond

    NoSQL database and thought-leader Couchbase has just announced a $25 million round of funding to expand into enterprise growth in series D funding. This comes amid huge sales increases for the company of over 400% and will allow them to reach out into even more sectors–the database is already known to be used by enterprise giants such as AOL, Cisco, LinkedIn, Orbitz and

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