Arrcus

Arrcus is an infrastructure software vendor that sells a “network operating system” (NOS) for data centers. Arrcus is the first merchant NOS based on a modern micro-services methodology for high scalability, feature velocity, and wire speed performance. Differentiators include L3 routing and advanced cloud mgmt layer to drive automation and visibility. […]

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Innovium

Innovium is a venture-funded, pre-launch startup based in Silicon Valley. The company is focused on defining and developing innovative hardware and software solutions for the infrastructure market. Innovium team members have track records of delivering market-leading products that have collectively generated billions of dollars in revenues and valuation. […]

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Zerto

Brothers Ziv and Oded Kedem successfully sold their first company, Kashya, to EMC in 2006 after establishing the global standard for appliance-based business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) for enterprise infrastructure. After leaving EMC, the Kedem brothers started with a clean sheet of paper and went back to first principles, founding Zerto in 2010 to […]

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ZeroStack

Ajay Gulati spent many years at VMware working on virtualization technologies that powered a decade of efficiency gains in IT infrastructure. He distinguished his technical acumen with the largest number of patent filings of any employee in VMWare’s illustrious history. Kirin Bondapali gained significant computer architecture and data center infrastructure expertise at SUN Microsystems. Long-time […]

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Plumgrid

PLUMgrid is pioneering new innovations in virtual networking and SDN/NFV to deliver cloud infrastructure solutions.  PLUMGrid provides secure and scalable virtual network infrastructure software for OpenStack clouds. […]

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