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Bivio Networks

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About Bivio Networks

Bivio Networks is developing solutions that lower the cost of IP infrastructure for enterprises and service providers. On June 11, 2021, Bivio Networks was acquired by SS8 Networks. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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4457 Willow Road Suite 240

Pleasanton, California, 94588,

United States


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Bivio Networks Patents

Bivio Networks has filed 6 patents.

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Parallel computing, Operating system technology, Classes of computers, Microkernels, Linux kernel features


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Parallel computing, Operating system technology, Classes of computers, Microkernels, Linux kernel features



Latest Bivio Networks News

Cybersecurity M&A Roundup: 37 Deals Announced in June 2021

Jul 1, 2021

By Eduard Kovacs on July 01, 2021 June 1-6 Accenture Federal Services (AFS), the federal business of professional services giant Accenture, is acquiring Novetta, a company that provides advanced analytics services to government organizations in the US. Novetta provides, among other things, various types of cybersecurity services, including vulnerability research, incident response, digital forensics and malware analysis, and threat intelligence. Egress, a UK-based company that specializes in insider risk, has acquired Aquilai, which is also based in the UK and provides email security solutions. Egress also announced the launch of Egress Defend, an email security solution that leverages anti-phishing technology from Aquilai. Digital identity verification firm Mitek has acquired ID R&D, which provides AI-based voice and face biometrics and liveness detection solutions. ID R&D technology will be integrated into Mitek products, but it will also be offered separately — ID R&D will continue operating under its own brand. ID R&D shareholders will be entitled to up to $49 million in Mitek stock and cash as consideration. Data protection company OwnBackup has purchased Nimmetry, which provides a platform for integrating SaaS-based data using a microservices architecture. OwnBackup said the deal accelerates its multi-cloud strategy and helps it expand its reach into India, where Nimmetry has a significant presence. June 7-13 Private equity firms Bain Capital Private Equity and Crosspoint Capital Partners announced buying network detection and response solutions provider ExtraHop Networks for $900 million. ExtraHop says the partnership will allow it to invest in its technology and expand its global reach, as well as to expand into the intrusion detection sector. Venture backers Madrona Venture Group and Meritech Capital Partners will exit their stakes in ExtraHop following the deal. Digital engineering company JHNA acquired Technology Security Associates (TSA), which provides cybersecurity, anti-tamper, security systems engineering, supply chain risk management and other solutions. Both companies work with the U.S. government and they both specialize in warfighter solutions. The deal will help JHNA expand its capabilities and services. Parsons Corporation, a company that provides tech solutions for the defense, intelligence and critical infrastructure sectors, is purchasing BlackHorse Solutions in a deal valued at $203 million. BlackHorse specializes in cyber, electronic warfare, virtual operations, and artificial intelligence. The deal enables Parsons to enhance its capabilities. SS8, a company whose lawful interception and monitoring products are used by intelligence agencies and communications providers, acquired Bivio Networks, which helps government agencies and service providers control, monitor and secure critical network infrastructure. SS8 says Bivio’s technology will enable it to strengthen its real-time communication interception products. Synopsys, a company that provides tools and services for designing chips and electronic systems, acquired Code Dx, which specializes in application vulnerability management. Synopsys said the acquisition will enable it to extend its application security portfolio with vulnerability correlation, prioritization and risk reporting capabilities. June 14-20 Cybersecurity consulting and managed services provider (MSP) Cerberus Sentinel announced the acquisition of managed security services provider (MSSP) Ground Control IT. Both companies are based in Arizona. Ground Control will become part of Cerberus Sentinel and will focus on integrated risk managed services. SafeToNet, a company that specializes in the online safety of children, acquired Citadel Filters, a Canadian company that uses neural networks and machine learning to filter harmful content online. SafeToNet aims to strengthen its technology, particularly on Windows devices, through this acquisition. June 21-30 Consulting giant Accenture has acquired Sweden-based cyber defense and managed security services provider Sentor for an undisclosed amount. Sentor’s cybersecurity pros will join the Accenture Security team in Sweden, extending the company’s local resources and capabilities. This is Accenture’s 40th acquisition in the last 10 months. Cloud services giant Amazon Web Services (AWS) has acquired Wickr, a startup that offers end-to-end encrypted communications tools. Wickr services are widely used by government and private sector organizations and AWS has acknowledged that the need for secure communications is accelerating.

Bivio Networks Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Bivio Networks founded?

    Bivio Networks was founded in 2000.

  • Where is Bivio Networks's headquarters?

    Bivio Networks's headquarters is located at 4457 Willow Road, Pleasanton.

  • What is Bivio Networks's latest funding round?

    Bivio Networks's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Bivio Networks raise?

    Bivio Networks raised a total of $61.98M.

  • Who are the investors of Bivio Networks?

    Investors of Bivio Networks include SS8 Networks, Paycheck Protection Program, Storm Ventures, InterWest Partners, Venrock and 7 more.

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