Violin Memory has filed confidentially to go public under the JOBS act at a reported valuation of $2 billion. The lead underwriters on the deal are JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank AG and Bank of America. Founded in 2005, Violin Memory makes flash memory-based storage systems for data centers. The company is heavily venture funded, to the tune of over $182 million in total capital raised over the years. SAP Ventures, Intuitive Venture Partners, Highland Capital, GE Asset Management, GSV Capital, Landmark Ventures, Juniper Networks and Toshiba are all Violin Memory investors.