What We Do
Pluribus Networks is simplifying the Software-Defined Data Center with its simple, dynamic and secure Adaptive Cloud Fabric™ architecture, enabling organizations to build scalable private and public clouds that improve service velocity, performance, and reliability. The company’s innovative Netvisor® software virtualizes open networking hardware to build a holistic, distributed network that is more intelligent, automated, and resilient. The company’s Insight Analytics™ platform leverages embedded telemetry and other data sources to enable pervasive visibility across the network to reveal network and application performance that speeds troubleshooting and improves operational and security intelligence.
What Makes Pluribus Networks So Special
The key differentiating factor is our software technology. Through our unique and highly differentiated innovation, we deliver the industry’s only virtualized network operating system software, the only distributed network fabric that does not require a controller and a fabric that embeds advanced networking visibility telemetry to monitor both network and application performance. In 2018, we were ranked number 58 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America.
Origins of Pluribus Networks
Pluribus Networks was founded in 2010 by Sunay Tripathi, Robert Drost, and C.K. Ken Yang, three former Stanford classmates and networking experts who saw two emerging trends in the networking and compute space: networks were increasingly becoming both costlier and more complex. To meet the needs of today’s businesses, Pluribus was born, and with Series A funding from Yahoo! founder Jerry Yang and the company began.
Customers and Partnerships
Pluribus began its commercial journey through strategic OEM relationships including with Tibco and Ericsson where Pluribus technology is consequently deployed in mission-critical enterprise and large-scale service provider packet core networks. Pluribus Networks has more than 100 customer deployments in 20 countries across enterprise, service provider and cloud hosting companies. In early 2016, Dell (now Dell EMC) added Pluribus to their Open Networking portfolio of OSs, and since we’ve seen the partnership grow steadily with significant, multi-data center deployments. In addition, Pluribus Networks is building its direct channel with more than 30 resellers providing coverage in North America; Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); and the Asia Pacific and Japan regions.