CloudGenix, a San Jose, California-based provider of software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs), today announced that it’s raised $65 million in series C financing, following on the heels of an investment from Intel and a $25 million series B round in May 2015. Bain Capital Ventures, Charles River Ventures, Mayfield Fund, Intel, and ClearSky Ventures participated in this latest raise, which brings CloudGenix’s total venture capital haul to nearly $100 million.
“We are leading a revolution in the networking industry,” said CloudGenix founder and CEO Kumar Ramachandran, a 13-year Cisco veteran. “We are executing on our vision of delivering autonomous WANs to our customers — enabling them to specify application policies aligned to their business and have the infrastructure choreograph itself. We couldn’t be more thankful to our customers and look forward to serving them in even larger numbers.”
CloudGenix’s platform — AppFabric — aims to bring network apps from expensive
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