Cloud-based Browser Testing Platform LambdaTest Raises $16 Million In Series B Funding
LambdaTest, a Cloud-based browser testing platform, has raised $16 million in Series B funding led by Sequoia Capital India.
The funding round saw participation from Telstra Ventures, MENA region investor Wamda Capital, and a leading sovereign wealth fund.
As per the startup, it will use the latest funding towards scaling the testing ecosystem and building next-generation cloud infrastructure for users. LambdaTest also plans to broaden its reach with the tester community by engaging with developers with a new suite of products set to launch in 2021.
Started by Asad Khan and Jay Singh in 2017, LambdaTest is a cloud-based testing infrastructure company that allows developers and testers to perform both automated and manual cross-browser testing on 2000+ different browser configurations.
Talking about the platform, Asad Khan, Co-founder of LambdaTest, said,
“LambdaTest’s vision is to empower 23 million developers and testers worldwide with a powerful, comprehensive, and secure continuous quality test platform. Our upcoming product lines will enable tech teams to ship high-quality code seamlessly boosting their release velocity.”
LambdaTest claims to have attracted over 500,000 developers in 132 countries who have performed more than 20 million tests since its launch. The startup plans on hiring 30 new employees in 2021, and is targeting aggressive growth with new products to cover a broader set of testing needs.
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