News from Ukraine: Ukrainian startup Sixa receives USD 300,000 investment

15:49 Aug. 27, 2016

Ukrainian startup Sixa receives USD 300,000 investment

A visitor tries out a tablet computer next to a cloud computing and technology symbol at the Deutsche Telekom stand at the 2013 CeBIT technology trade fair on March 5, 2013 in Hanover, Germany (Getty Images)

Platform offers an application to help users have access to high-performance virtual computer "in the cloud"

The cloud computing platform Sixa, created by Ukrainians, has received USD 300,000 investment from the TMT Investments fund.

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However, the agreement terms are not disclosed, AIN reports

TMT Investments is the third company the startup reaches such a deal with - in total, Sixa, which previously went through Y Combinator acceleration, has attracted over USD 500,000.

The platform Sixa is an application designed to help users have access to high-performance virtual computer "in the cloud", which allows users to work with any applications, including games. 


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Currently, Sixa focuses primarily on developers, designers and gamers.

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The startup is headquartered in the US, yet it was set up by Ukrainians in 2015.

Earlier, Sixa had an acceleration programme in Startupbootcamp in Istanbul and obtained USD 140,000 investment from Startupbootcamp Istanbul and WS Investments. Later, Sixa went through Y Combinator acceleration, where the Ukrainian platform acquired another USD 120,000.

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