GV has contributed to the $30m in funding revealed by on-demand cloud network service Alkira when it emerged from stealth this week.

Alkira, the US-based operator of an on-demand cloud service, emerged from stealth on Wednesday with $30m in funding from investors including internet and technology group Alphabet’s GV subsidiary. The funding consisted of a series A round co-led by venture capital firms Kleiner Perkins and Sequoia Capital that preceded a follow-on investment by GV. Sequoia partner…

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