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The 10 Hottest Enterprise Networking Startups Of 2018 (So Far)

The hottest networking startups in 2018 so far are focused on cloud, analytics, visibility and intuitive, intent-based networking.

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CEO: Mansour Karam

With a significant new customer, and the hiring of a networking security veteran as vice president of engineering, Apstra is positioning itself for growth in the burgeoning market for intent-based networking. Menlo Park, Calif.-based Apstra says its Apstra Operating System (AOS) platform does something that no other intent-based networking system can do: It automates data center operations across the network regardless of customers' vendor mix. That approach allows Apstra to cut outage and failure durations in half, the company says. AOS sits above existing hardware and software to create an abstraction layer that allows administrators to easily view the network, which is interoperable with devices from Cisco, Juniper Networks and HPE, among others. And Apstra's AOS 2.0 operating system delivers a turnkey intent-based OS that automatically prevents and repairs network outages.

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