StageAcquired | Acquired
Intoto is a leading provider of secure embedded gateway infrastructure software to equipment manufacturers and processor vendors in the communications gateway market. Intoto has proven expertise in providing integrated network security solutions and embedded solutions. Intoto security, connectivity, convergence, and management solutions are used extensively in a majority of gateway equipment in conjunction with embedded microprocessors, system-on-chip communications processors, and next-generation network processors. Embedded security is a requirement in all gateway equipment including broadband networking equipment such as DSL, cable, & wireless gateways, firewall & VPN appliances, integrated access devices, SOHO & residential gateways, access routers & multi-service switch gateway equipment, and IP & MPLS routers among other. Intoto successfully established strategic licensing relationships with processor vendors to pre-integrate the iGateway on multiple processor such as x86, MIPS or ARM-based SoCs, PowerPC and specialized Network Processors.
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Intoto Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Intoto founded?
Intoto was founded in 1998.
Where is Intoto's headquarters?
Intoto's headquarters is located at 3100 De La Cruz Boulevard, Santa Clara.
What is Intoto's latest funding round?
Intoto's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Intoto raise?
Intoto raised a total of $11M.
Who are the investors of Intoto?
Investors of Intoto include Freescale Semiconductor and AsiaTech Management.
Who are Intoto's competitors?
Competitors of Intoto include Mocana and 3 more.
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