Ra’anana Israel – January 19, 2022 – DriveNets – a leader in cloud-native networking software and network disaggregation solutions – today announced a number of significant milestones the company achieved in 2021 and pointed toward strong momentum and continued growth in 2022. To kick off 2022, the company recently launched a bold new marketing campaign positioning the company as an ongoing disruptor and a leader in the evolution to cloud-native networking.
Founded six years ago with the ambitious goal of radically changing the way networks are built, DriveNets raised $208 million in a Series B funding round last year, bringing its valuation to more than $1 billion. The company is also deployed as the core routing solution for AT&T, a strong endorsement of the viability of DriveNets’ Network Cloud solution.
Among its many achievements in 2021, DriveNets:
DriveNets Network Cloud also drew strong endorsements from customers in 2021:
“Last year was another exciting and productive year for DriveNets,” said Ido Susan, DriveNets founder and CEO. “Even while grappling with a second year of COVID-19, our team stayed focused on serving our customers and growing our business. The company’s traction and the positive reactions we continue to get from our customers around the world drove us to innovate further and reach some excellent results. We look forward to carrying that momentum throughout 2022.”
Learn more about DriveNets here.
DriveNets is a leader in cloud-native networking software and network disaggregation solutions. Founded in 2015 and based in Israel, DriveNets offers communications service providers (CSPs) and cloud providers a radical new way to build networks, substantially growing their profitability by changing their technological and economic models. DriveNets’ solution – Network Cloud – adapts the architectural model of cloud to telco-grade networking. Network Cloud is a cloud-native software that runs over a shared physical infrastructure of standard white-boxes, radically simplifying the network’s operations, offering telco-scale performance and elasticity at a much lower cost. Learn more at www.drivenets.com
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