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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RoadRunner

Founded in 1993 and launched in 1995 with market tests in Elmira NY, Del Mar CA and Portland ME, Roadrunner was a pioneer of mass market residential broadband Internet access. The Roadrunner founding team defined the end-to-end architecture for one of the very first hybrid-fiber broadband access networks, and included Dr. Mario Vecchi, Howard Pfeffer, […]

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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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SwitchOn Networks

SwitchOn Networks was a fabless semiconductor vendor that built the first 2.5Gbps classification processor. PMC Sierra acquired SwitchOn networks for $445m, then broadly shipped the SwitchOn technology into a broad array of networking applications that required complex classification of long strings. […]

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Abrizio

Based on the “Tiny Tera” project by Stanford EE Professor Dr. Nick McKeown, Abrizio was a fabless semiconductor company that built the first 32 port * 10Gbps per port packet switching fabric. PMC Sierra acquired Abrizio for $400m, and deployed the fabric to tier one OEMs around the globe. […]

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