Of all the start-ups, though, Dropbox has seemed to enjoy the most meteoric growth. It just reached 200 million users—or about 10 times as many people as it had at the end of 2010. Its revenue has grown 20 fold since late 2010 and is now in the “hundreds of millions of dollars” per year range, say the people familiar with Dropbox’s funding plans.
It’s be cool to know the margins.
Dropbox at “hundreds of millions of dollars” in revenue
Founded in 2007, with $70m in funding they’ve been struggling and going through many executives. Maybe someone will pick them up as a fire-sale.
Cloud storage startup Nirvanix shutting down service on Sep 30th
Extracted from Credit Suisse’s “The Need for Speed” (March 2011) and David Rosenthal’s S3 pricing history. See raw data as well.