Untangle, a network software and appliance company, provides a complete multi-function firewall and Internet management application suite available today. Designed to meet the network policy demands of organizations large and small, Untangle's software now ships on easy-to-deploy appliances. Untangle's network software solutions are installed in nearly 40,000 organizations, protecting more than 2 million people and their computers. With its try-before-you-buy approach, Untangle enables organizations to take control of their network within minutes and at no risk. On March 29th, 2022, Untangle was acquired by Arista Networks. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Aug 4, 2022
Arista buys Pluribus Networks to grow cloud networking offering In The Spotlight Computer networking vendor Arista Networks has purchased unified cloud networking vendor Pluribus Networks to boost its Converged Cloud Fabric offering and grow closer to partner Ericsson. The publicly traded, Santa Clara, Calif.-based Arista disclosed the purchase Monday as part of its quarterly earnings. Arista reported earnings for the second quarter of its fiscal year. The quarter ended June 30. The acquisition of Pluribus closed late in the second quarter, Arista CEO Jayshree Ullal said on the earnings call, according to a transcript from The Motley Fool. Did Arista Networks buy Pluribus? “Pluribus pioneered a new class of unified cloud fabric networking endorsed by our partners, Ericsson, for telco and 5G cloud and NVIDIA for DPU-based networking,” Ullal said on the call. Pluribus is the second acquisition Arista made during the quarter. In March, the company purchased Untangle to combine the edge threat management tools provider with Arista’s Cognitive Unified Edge (CUE) offering, according to a statement from the time. Arista did not disclose the purchase price of the acquisitions. Ullal called the two companies “small acquisitions” on the call and said he wanted the technology and the employees. The acquisitions will contribute about 150 more employees to Arista’s headcount. “We have tended to make acquisitions for technology and talent,” he said. “But most of all, they got to fit our culture so that we can make them successful … Untangle and Pluribus are no different.” He continued: “Untangle will be tackling the commercial and distributed enterprise market, bringing us very low-end security and edge threat management that we can bring in with our unsecure our wired and wireless for the mid-market and the channel market. Pluribus is a great acquisition of talent and technology to bring this concept of a unified cloud fabric.” All three companies offer partner programs. Last year, Pluribus said it was rejuvenating its channel program to help partners capture more SDN wins. Arista Networks’ Quarterly Results Arista surpassed US$1 billion in revenue for the quarter, according to a statement. This was a first for the company, which was founded in 2004 and went public in 2014. That quarterly revenue of US$1.05 billion was a 20 percent increase quarter over quarter and a 49 percent increase year over year, according to the statement. The company netted US$299 million for the quarter, up 52 percent year over year. Next quarter, the company expects revenue of about US$1 billion. More than 10 percent of Arista’s revenue comes from Microsoft, according to a call transcript. Another 10-plus percent comes from Meta, the parent company of social media giant Facebook. However, Ullal said the company still struggles with the global supply chain crunch. “It has been bad in Q1,” he said. “It‘s no better in Q2, and we’re not foreseeing it much -- with much improvement in Q3. So perhaps in 2023, we‘ll get some relief. But again, to get relief, we have to have all the components come. If we’re missing one component, we can‘t build a system.” He continued: “Our guide(ance) reflects that and our behavior in how we acquire components is reflecting that. We‘re still not getting the components. Many of the components have 70-week lead times, and therefore, we have to plan multiple quarters and years for that.”
Untangle Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Untangle founded?
Untangle was founded in 2003.
Where is Untangle's headquarters?
Untangle's headquarters is located at 100 W. San Fernando St., San Jose.
What is Untangle's latest funding round?
Untangle's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Untangle raise?
Untangle raised a total of $25.17M.
Who are the investors of Untangle?
Investors of Untangle include Arista Networks, Providence Equity Partners, Total Defense, Presidio Partners, Rustic Canyon Partners and 3 more.
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