Neverware Adds $3M to Help Schools Reuse Old Computers

NEVERWARE: $3 million to NYC-based Neverware in a Series A round led by Rethink Education, reports PandoDaily. Rethink Education partner, Michael Walden, will join the company board. Founded in 2011, The startup offers a desktop virtualization service that allows schools to put old computers to use. The company has customers in over 100 New York schools and was one of the winners at the Dell World Pitch Slam.

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