networking software

closed 10/14/2020 via Company Press Release

Lansweeper, acquired Fing

synopsis: Lansweeper, the leading IT Asset Management platform, has announced the acquisition of Fing, the network scanning and device recognition app. Fing proprietary technology turns network data, such as a MAC address, into a specific device providing accurate make, type, model and OS (Name and Version) with an unmatched level of precision. 
buyer parent: Domo Investment Group
buyer: Lansweeper
Lansweeper is an IT Asset Management software provider helping businesses better understand, manage and protect their IT devices and network. Lansweeper helps customers minimise risks and optimise their IT assets by providing actionable insight into their IT infrastructure at all times. "
target parent: Domotz
target: Fing
Fing is the global leader in device recognition technology for the IoT. With 40 million consumer downloads of its network scanner app and 10 million new devices cataloged every month, Fing Device Recognition and Fingerprinting technologies give visibility over the entire digital environment.
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closed 5/12/2016 via BusinessWire

Domotz, acquired Fing

synopsis: Domotz, the leading provider of home intelligence and remote tech support systems for professionals and enterprises, announced it has acquired Fing, the world’s #1 network scanning app. The Fing app enables users to quickly scan a network and see all connected devices, evaluate security levels, detect intruders and resolve network issues.
buyer: Domotz
Founded in 2014, Domotz develops remote monitoring and tech support systems for professionals, integrators, help desks and enterprises. Its recently launched remote tech support system, Domotz Pro, is already used by thousands of integrators in 34+ countries around the world. "
target: Fing
Since its founding in 2011, Fing has become the leader in on the go network scanning technology. Fing lets users easily discover all the devices on their personal and professional networks from their mobile phone.
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closed 12/2/2014 via BusinessWire

Ziff Davis, Inc., acquired Ookla

synopsis: Ziff Davis, LLC, a leading digital media company in the technology, gaming and men’s lifestyle categories, announced the acquisition of Scene, LLC dba Ookla, a leading provider of broadband and mobile speed testing through its Speedtest website and mobile apps. Ziff Davis is the Digital Media Division of j2 Global, Inc.
buyer parent: j2 Global, Inc.
buyer: Ziff Davis, Inc.
Ziff Davis, a subsidiary of j2 Global, Inc., is a global digital media company specializing in the technology and gaming markets, reaching in-market buyers and influencers in both the consumer and business-to-business space. "
target: Ookla
Ookla is proud to be the global leader in web-based network testing applications. Their customers include broadband and application service providers in addition to a wide variety of corporate, non-profit and government organizations.
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closed 10/29/2021 via Company Press Release

Kaspersky Lab, acquired Brain4Net, Inc.

synopsis: Kaspersky, a global cybersecurity company and leader in endpoint protection, has acquired emerging company, Brain4Net. Based in Cyprus, Brain4Net has been developing solutions and services to help enterprises and service providers adapt modern technologies, such as Software-Defined Wide-Area Network and Network Functions Virtualization.
buyer: Kaspersky Lab
Kaspersky is a global cybersecurity company founded in 1997. Kaspersky’s deep threat intelligence and security expertise is constantly transforming into innovative security solutions and services to protect businesses, critical infrastructure, governments and consumers around the globe. "
target: Brain4Net, Inc.
Cyrpus-based Brain4Net (B4N) is the innovative Software-Defined Networking/Network Functions Virtualization solutions provider for large enterprises and service providers. The B4N Platform provides comprehensive network orchestration and control solution for multi-vendor network infrastructure.
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announced 2/22/2016 via Market Watch

Nokia Corporation, will acquire Nakina Systems

synopsis: Finnish telecom company Nokia Corp. said it plans to acquire Canadian software firm Nakina Systems. The company is a next generation software company that has been enabling network transformation for over a decade, in real world environments.networks.
buyer: Nokia Corporation (NOK:$26,163.38)
Nokia is an innovation leader in the technologies that connect people and things, combining network infrastructure, software and services, with advanced technologies for smart devices and sensors to tap the power of connectivity. "
target: Nakina Systems
Nakina is a next generation software company that has been enabling network transformation for over a decade, in real world environments. Their Network Integrity software applications are trusted, proven, and powerful – used to manage, secure, and optimize physical and virtual networks.
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closed 6/11/2015 via PR Newswire

ViaSat Inc., acquired Engreen Inc.

synopsis: ViaSat Inc, an innovator in broadband and communication technologies and services, announced it acquired Engreen, a privately-held company focused on network virtualization. Through the acquisition, ViaSat expects to add management flexibility for its global satellite-ground system.
buyer: ViaSat Inc. (VSAT:$1,594.63)
ViaSat delivers fast, secure communications, Internet, and network access to virtually any location for consumers, governments, enterprise, and the military. "
target: Engreen Inc.
Engreen Inc. is a privately held company based in San Jose, California that focuses network virtualization. Engreen's flagship virtualization product, Venom, provides a path to enhance network management, lower capital expenses, energy and real estate, and minimize overall network complexity.
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closed 5/28/2009 via Company Press Release

CareWorks Technologies Ltd, acquired Plannet Group LLC

synopsis: Dublin-based CareWorks Technologies, an IT solutions provider, announced its acquisition of Plannet Group LLC. Plannet Group LLC provides security and network performance management software solutions to companies.
buyer: CareWorks Technologies Ltd
CareWorks Technologies provides management and IT consulting, network infrastructure, project management, software development, and interactive solutions that are experience-based, value-driven and backed by proven results. "
target parent: TechColumbus
target: Plannet Group LLC
Plannet Group LLC provides security and network performance management software solutions to companies.
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closed 6/11/2008 via BusinessWire

Perimeter eSecurity, acquired Edgeos

synopsis: Perimeter eSecurity, the only provider of Complete Security On Demand, has acquired Edgeos, Inc., a leading provider of on demand, managed vulnerability services which are designed to enable carriers, Value Added Resellers, and other partner organizations to provide security services to their customers.
buyer: Perimeter eSecurity
Perimeter eSecurity makes security easily available and affordable for all businesses. Perimeter's on demand security services protect thousands of computer networks nationwide, offering more than 50 different services on a subscription basis. "
target: Edgeos
Edgeos, Incorporated is a network and information security technology company focused solely on enabling technology and network services organizations to provide security services to their customers through the Edgeos private labeled security services platform.
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closed 8/3/2021 via GlobeNewswire

Lantronix, purchased Electronics and Software Reportable Business from Communications Systems, Inc.

synopsis: Lantronix, a global provider of Saas, connectivity services, engineering services, intelligent hardware and turnkey solutions for the IoT and Remote Environment Management (REM), has acquired Transition Networks and Net2Edge, which comprises the majority of the Electronics and Software reportable business segment of Communications Systems, Inc.
buyer: Lantronix (LTRX:$68.24)
Lantronix Inc. is a global provider of secure turnkey solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Remote Environment Management (REM), offering Software as a Service (SaaS), connectivity services, engineering services and intelligent hardware. "
seller: Communications Systems, Inc. (JCS:$43.57)
The acquisition includes Transition Networks and Net2Edge, which comprises the majority of the Electronics and Software reportable business segment of Communications Systems, Inc.
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closed 7/28/2021 via Company Press Release

Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory, acquired TransientX, Inc.

synopsis: Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory has acquired substantially all the assets of TransientX, Inc., a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) company based in Hoboken, N.J. The deal adds TransientX’s employees and its unique, dissolvable, cloud-native application networking technology for ZTNA to Deloitte’s existing Zero Trust offerings and solutions.
buyer parent: Deloitte LLP
buyer: Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory
Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory helps organizations effectively navigate business risks and opportunities—from strategic, reputation, and financial risks to operational, cyber, and regulatory risks—to gain competitive advantage. "
target: TransientX, Inc.
TransientX delivers a next-generation Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution that builds ephemeral zero-trust application networks for every user. TransientX transforms fixed and device-centric networks into disposable networks of apps.
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announced 4/30/2021 via Company Press Release

IBM, will acquire Turbonomic

synopsis: IBM, a leading cloud platform and cognitive solutions company, announced a definitive agreement to acquire Turbonomic, an Application Resource Management (ARM) and Network Performance Management (NPM) software provider based in Boston, MA.
buyer: IBM (IBM:$74,461.00)
IBM is a leading cloud platform and cognitive solutions company. Restlessly reinventing since 1911, they are the largest technology and consulting employer in the world. With Watson, the AI platform for business, powered by data, IBM is building industry-based solutions to real-world problems. "
target: Turbonomic
Turbonomic is an Application Resource Management (ARM) and Network Performance Management (NPM) software provider based in Boston, MA. Turbonomic's Autonomic Platform enables heterogeneous environments to self-manage to assure the performance of any application in any cloud.
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closed 11/25/2020 via PR Newswire

Plume, acquired Walleye

synopsis: Plume has acquired Walleye Networks, a Canadian network and security intelligence solutions provider specializing in real-time network analytics and advanced metadata. The acquisition expands Plume's expertise in key technical areas, including DNS infrastructure, Distributed Denial-of-Service detection, Network Behavior Anomaly Detection, and more.
buyer: Plume
Plume is the creator of the world's first Consumer Experience Management (CEM) Platform. The Plume HomePass Smart Home Services Suite, which includes Plume Adapt, Guard, Control, and Sense, is managed by the Plume Cloud, a data- and AI-driven cloud controller. "
target: Walleye
Walleye is a Canadian network and security intelligence solutions provider specializing in real-time network analytics and advanced metadata. Their analytics components are built to help secure and protect the digital health and well-being of family members and devices within the connected home.
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announced 11/24/2020 via BusinessWire

Splunk Inc., will acquire Flowmill

synopsis: Splunk Inc., provider of the Data-to-Everything Platform, will acquire Flowmill, a Palo-Alto based cloud network observability company with expertise in network performance monitoring (NPM). With this acquisition, Splunk will continue to deliver on its vision to offer the world’s most comprehensive Observability Suite.
buyer: Splunk Inc. (SPLK:$2,229.39)
Splunk helps organizations ask questions, get answers, take actions, and achieve business outcomes from their data through its Data-to-Everything Platform. Organizations use Splunk solutions with machine learning to monitor, investigate, and act on all forms of business, IT, security, and IoT data. "
target: Flowmill
Flowmill is a cloud network observability company with expertise in network performance monitoring. Flowmill offers real-time observability into the network behavior of every service in containers, Virtual Machines, or bare metal on any provider with no overhead, no sampling, and no code changes.
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announced 10/19/2020 via GlobeNewswire

Juniper Networks, will acquire 128 Technology

synopsis: Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, will acquire 128 Technology, a software-based networking company. The deal will enhance Juniper’s AI-driven enterprise network portfolio by uniting 128 Technology’s Session Smart networking with Juniper’s best-in-class campus and branch solutions driven by Mist AI.
buyer: Juniper Networks (JNPR:$4,430.60)
Juniper Networks challenges the inherent complexity that comes with networking in the multicloud era. They simplify the process of transitioning to a secure and automated multicloud environment to enable secure, AI-driven networks that connect the world. "
target: 128 Technology
128 Technology is a software-based networking company. Its Session-smart networking enables enterprise customers and service providers to create a service-centric fabric that’s more simple, agile, and secure, delivering better performance at a lower cost.
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closed 5/21/2020 via BNC Analysis

Intel Corporation, acquired Rivet Networks

synopsis: Intel has acquired Rivet Networks, a technology and products company focused on creating the best possible networking experience for users. Rivet offers a mix of hardware, software, and cloud based technologies to deliver solutions that are both powerful and intuitive.
buyer: Intel Corporation (INTC:$78,474.00)
Intel is an industry leader, creating world-changing technology that enables global progress and enriches lives. By embedding intelligence in the cloud, network, edge, and every kind of computing device, Intel unleashes the potential of data to transform business and society for the better. "
target: Rivet Networks
Rivet Networks is a technology and products company focused on creating the best possible networking experience for users. Rivet offers a mix of hardware, software, and cloud based technologies to deliver solutions that are both powerful and intuitive.
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announced 10/3/2019 via BusinessWire

Blue Planet, will acquire Centina Systems, Inc.

synopsis: Ciena will acquire Centina, a leading provider of service assurance analytics and network performance management solutions. Centina’s technology and engineering expertise will be integrated into Blue Planet, a division of Ciena, and is intended to accelerate Blue Planet’s software strategy of providing closed-loop, intelligent automation solutions.
buyer parent: Ciena Corporation
buyer: Blue Planet
Blue Planet provides leading intelligent automation software and specialized professional services to help clients modernize their IT and network operations. Driven by policy and AI-based insights, Blue Planet delivers the closed-loop automation tools needed to align IT and networking processes. "
target: Centina Systems, Inc.
Centina is the market leader in service assurance analytics and network performance management solutions. Centina's vSure offers assurance of Network Functions Virtualization and Software-Defined Networking assets and enables businesses to successfully operationalize virtual network investments.
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announced 8/6/2018 via Company Press Release

SAKURA Internet Inc., will acquire IzumoBASE, Inc.

synopsis: SAKURA Internet, a Japanese company that offers high quality internet services centered on data centers, will acquire IzumoBASE, a Japanese company that develops Software-Defined Storage (SDS) solutions. IzumoBASE provides a scalable and decentralized storage platform that can be used for multi-site file servers, application back-ends, and backups.
buyer: SAKURA Internet Inc. (TSE:3778:$156.66)
SAKURA Internet is a Japanese company that offers high quality internet services centered on data centers. Their data centers have high availability and provide high-capacity and high-speed internet connections. SAKURA Internet offers diverse services to meet the needs of their client's business. "
target: IzumoBASE, Inc.
Founded in 2012, IzumoBASE is a Japanese company that develops Software-Defined Storage (SDS) solutions. Their IzumoFS solution provides a scalable, secure, and decentralized storage platform that can be used for multi-site file servers, application back-ends, and backups.
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closed 3/6/2018 via BNC Analysis

Dovesco, acquired Lansweeper

synopsis: Belgium-based software company Lansweeper was taken over by Dovesco, the private equity arm of the Domo Investment Group. Lansweeper specializes in network management software that enables large companies to analyze and coordinate their entire IT environment. New software can be rolled out more easily via their tools.
buyer parent: Domo Investment Group
buyer: Dovesco
Dovesco is the private equity arm of the Domo Investment Group. Dovesco specializes in buyouts, add-on, and growth capital. They typically invests in food and beverages, life style and luxury, health and care, manufacturing, retail, business services, outsourcing and sustainability. "
target: Lansweeper
Based in Belgium, Lansweeper specializes in network management software that enables large companies to analyze and coordinate their entire IT environment. New software can be rolled out more easily via their tools. Their customers include Sony, Bosch, DHL and NASA.
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closed 6/7/2017 via Company Press Release

LightRiver Technologies, Inc., acquired Unique Computer Services, Inc.

synopsis: LightRiver Technologies, a multi-vendor integrator of transport solutions for mission-critical networks that specializes in the design and engineering, integrating, and commissioning of optical networks, has acquired Unique Computer Services, Inc., an industry leading provider of multi-vendor multi-technology telecommunications management software.
buyer: LightRiver Technologies, Inc.
LightRiver Technologies, Inc., a multi-vendor integrator of transport solutions for mission-critical networks, specializes in the design and engineering, integrating, and commissioning of optical networks for utilities, service providers, transit, education, and state and local government. "
target: Unique Computer Services, Inc.
Unique Computer Services, Inc. is a pioneer and industry leading provider of multi-vendor multi-technology telecommunications management software. Unique's products enables companies of all sizes to efficiently manage up to several hundred thousand network elements, across a broad range of vendors.
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closed 7/17/2017 via PR Newswire

Extreme Networks, purchased Networking Business from Avaya Inc.

synopsis: Extreme Networks, Inc. announced that it has completed its acquisition of Avaya, Inc.'s networking business. Avaya is a global provider of business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications, contact centers, networking and related services to companies of all sizes around the world.
buyer: Extreme Networks (EXTR:$535.26)
Extreme Networks, Inc. (EXTR) delivers software-driven networking solutions that help IT departments everywhere deliver the ultimate business outcome: stronger connections with customers, partners and employees. "
seller parent: SilverLake
seller: Avaya Inc. (AVYA:$2,968.00)
The acquisition includes the networking business of Avaya Inc. Avaya is a global provider of business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications, contact centers, networking and related services to companies of all sizes around the world.
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Fing

Fing

Ookla

Brain4Net, Inc.

Nakina Systems

Engreen Inc.

Plannet Group LLC

Edgeos

Communications Systems, Inc.

TransientX, Inc.

Turbonomic

Walleye

Flowmill

128 Technology

Rivet Networks

Centina Systems, Inc.

IzumoBASE, Inc.

Lansweeper

Unique Computer Services, Inc.

Avaya Inc.

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