A Boulder County tech firm, which makes technology for data center IT administrators, said it's raised $10 million.

Lafayette-based Liqid said the Series A funding was led by Marker Hill Capital, which was joined by existing investor Phison Electronics Corporation.

Liqid said it's now raised a total of $20 million.

The company said the latest funds will be used "to accelerate development of its flagship Liqid CI platform for 2017 general availability, recruit additional engineering talent, and drive its sales and marketing efforts to meet growing demand for the company’s innovative approach to datacenter resource agility."

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