|Industry||Computer data storage|
|Founded||Austin, Texas (2010)|
Cache IQ, Inc. was an Austin, Texas, US-based network computing company which created an inline caching appliance for network-attached storage (NAS). Founded in 2010, the management team included former NetQoS CEO Joel Trammell. The company was reported to have received $5 million in initial funding from angel investors. According to InformationWeek, Cache IQ came out of stealth mode in September 2011.
NetApp acquired Cache IQ in November 2012.
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