6fusion, a startup focused on “cloud” computing services, has raised $2 million in new financing and hopes to land another $2 million.

The Raleigh-based company, which is backed by Intersouth partners, secured the new money a mix of debt and options financing and aims to raise $2 million more, according to an SEC filing on Nov. 13.

The first money was raised Oct. 29.

Two investors have committed money, but neither was identified. 

Cloud computing, virtualization and related services are among the fastest growing segments in information technology. And 6fushion plays in the space.

In August of last year, 6fusion raised $7 million in venture financing. 

Virginia-based Grotech Ventures led that round. Intersouth also participated.

The company’s technology focuses on an algorithm designed to help customers manage the metering, consumption and billing of IT services such as in “cloud computing.”

Cloud computing enables firms to utilize servers, bandwidth and other IT services on demand rather than having to purchase hardware and broadband.

6fusion works with clients to provide cloud management software and services.