Growing virtualisation demand sees Aperi secure $10MN DetailsJoseph O'Halloran | 08 July 2019 As it seeks to scale to meet the growing demand from customers for what it calls its unique range of services, virtualised media production technology provider Aperi has closed a round of funding of more than $10 million.Aperi microservers see use in enabling service providers, content owners, rights holders and broadcasters to work faster, more efficiently, and at scale for what is claimed to be the lowest-cost and most agile remote production. The company says that the combination of the true virtualisation that it is able to offer, along with its V-Stack media hypervisor-based approach, delivers low-latency media processing for both centralised/de-centralised media networks.It stated that it would use its new capital to expand its range of broadcast functions and scale global presence.The bulk of the round has been met by global industry-focused venture capitalists drawn from the UK, USA, Europe and Asia, ed by software and cloud technology experts Merapar, and also included Ocom, Manuardeo, Innov8on and Malvern Ventures.