About Virtual Gateway Labs
Virtual Gateway Labs is developing products that allow seamless access and aggregation at the edge. The company's platforms will help fuel open access network when broadband will be more than just internet, but instead will also offer a new variety of virtual services: emergency communications, interactive entertainment, home automation, smart grid, and connected sensor systems. In the growing world of connectivity, streamlined aggregation, access, and integration of all one's personal devices is not only essential, but vital.
Latest Virtual Gateway Labs News
Jan 26, 2017
1/26/2017 Virtual Gateway Labs has developed Next Generation Optical Gateways to offer added smarts and capabilities beyond the traditional ONT (Optical Network Terminal), solving bandwidth availability problems through a range of innovations. (0) | Charting the CSP's Future Six different communications service providers join to debate their visions of the future CSP, following a landmark presentation from AT&T on its massive virtualization efforts and a look back on where the telecom industry has been and where it's going from two industry veterans. 1|26|17 | | (0) comments Virtual Gateway Labs has developed Next Generation Optical Gateways to offer added smarts and capabilities beyond the traditional ONT (Optical Network Terminal), solving bandwidth availability problems through a range of innovations. 1|26|17 | | (0) comments Netronome CEO Niel Viljoen talks with Light Reading's Steve Saunders about SmartNICs and the evolution of NFV in carrier and cloud networks. 1|24|17 | 00:46 | (0) comments Actress Kristen Stewart, best known for starring in the Twilight movies, has co-authored an academic paper on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in a short film she has directed. 1|24|17 | 01:07 | (0) comments Industry giants clash over licensing fees. 1|18|17 | | (0) comments At Light Reading's 2020 Vision Executive Summit in Rome, Heavy Reading's former chief analyst Patrick Donegan shared insight from the recent web-scale operators report , which featured research on how web-scale operators view the market, the best web-scale companies to ... 1|18|17 | | (1) comment Cisco's Sanjeev Mervana outlines the latest innovations in networking technology at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. 1|17|17 | | (0) comments Ray Le Maistre and Christoph Glingener, CTO of ADVA Optical Networking, discuss the current state of the industry, cooperation and collaboration, open innovation and the future of networking. 1|17|17 | | (0) comments Cisco's Infinite Video Platform allows service providers to deliver broadcast-quality video over IP networks. Infinite video supports many devices, from 4K TVs to tablets to game consoles. Join Cisco's Rajeev Raman for a brief tour and live demo. 1|16|17 | 6:40 | (0) comments Speaking at Light Reading's 2020 Vision in Rome, Masergy's VP, Global Technology, Ray Watson, said agility is key to providing the mix and match NFV-based services that are driving business for the managed service provider today. 1|13|17 | 4:16 | (0) comments At Light Reading's 2020 Vision in Rome, Eric Schwartz, president of EMEA, Equinix, talked about how Equinix is helping its customers manage the influx of data today, and how it's preparing for a future filled with millions of connected IoT devices. 1|12|17 | 6:05 | (1) comment At Light Reading's 2020 Vision event in Rome, Heavy Reading's Senior Analyst Roz Roseboro talks about how virtualization is impacting data center evolution and how that evolution is affecting the relationship between service providers, data center operators and public cloud providers. 1|12|17 | 5:07 | (2) comments At Light Reading's 2020 Vision in Rome, Boingo's CTO Derek Peterson discusses how wireless operators will address the needs of low-bandwidth and high-bandwidth apps at the same time, the need for more MHz, the impact of IoT and more. 1|18|17 | | (1) comment Cisco's Sanjeev Mervana outlines the latest innovations in networking technology at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. 1|17|17 | | (0) comments Ray Le Maistre and Christoph Glingener, CTO of ADVA Optical Networking, discuss the current state of the industry, cooperation and collaboration, open innovation and the future of networking. 1|17|17 | | (0) comments Cisco's Infinite Video Platform allows service providers to deliver broadcast-quality video over IP networks. Infinite video supports many devices, from 4K TVs to tablets to game consoles. Join Cisco's Rajeev Raman for a brief tour and live demo. 1|9|17 | | (0) comments Shekar Ayyar, EVP & Corporate Strategy/General Manager of Telco for VMware, discusses VMware's Telco NFV solutions role and foundation for the Imminent Arrival of 5G & IOT. 1|5|17 | | (0) comments Ray Le Maistre and Prayson Pate, CTO of the Ensemble division at ADVA Optical Networking, discuss the details around the recent Ensemble SmartWAN announcement from ADVA and its potential impact on the SD-WAN movement as it goes virtual. 1|4|17 | | (0) comments Shekar Ayyar, EVP & Corporate Strategy/General Manager of Telco for VMware, discusses VMware's Telco NFV solutions and the parallel lessons to be learned from IT virtualization and the journey towards network virtualization. 1|3|17 | | (0) comments Ray Le Maistre and Stephan Rettenberger, VP of Marketing and Investor Relations at ADVA Optical Networking, talk about the real challenges of commercializing NFV and how ADVA is making network virtualization easier for their customers. 1|3|17 | | (0) comments This informative interview with Robert Conger, AVP, ADTRAN, highlights the reasons global service providers and cable network operators are evaluating SDN for their broadband and Ethernet access networks. Operators are faced with new competition every day, whether that is over-the-top content providers or new overlay providers entering their markets. To be ...
Virtual Gateway Labs Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Virtual Gateway Labs's headquarters?
Virtual Gateway Labs's headquarters is located at 1732 North First Street, San Jose.
What is Virtual Gateway Labs's latest funding round?
Virtual Gateway Labs's latest funding round is Unattributed.
How much did Virtual Gateway Labs raise?
Virtual Gateway Labs raised a total of $1.44M.
Who are Virtual Gateway Labs's competitors?
Competitors of Virtual Gateway Labs include AnyLog and 4 more.
Compare Virtual Gateway Labs to Competitors
Trilliant is a company that focuses on providing solutions for Smart Grids and Smart Cities, operating in the energy and technology sectors. The company offers a range of services including advanced metering infrastructure, distribution automation, demand response, and smart outdoor lighting, all built on a device-independent, multi-tiered platform designed to improve network connectivity. Trilliant primarily sells to the energy industry, utilities, and cities, providing them with secure and reliable solutions to support their sustainability goals and digital transformation. It was founded in 2005 and is based in Redwood City, California.
Forward Networks provides network visibility, policy verification, and change modeling. It enables accurate network behavior analysis, scalability, and multi-vendor coverage. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Palo Alto, California.
GridPoint develops a data-driven platform to provide smart building and grid software services. The platform offers data-driven energy management technology that leverages data collection, big data analytics, and cloud computing to aid in energy savings The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Reston, Virginia.
Nemometrics is a company that received a STTR Phase II grant for a project entitled: Nonintrusive Electrical Monitor (NEMO). Their project will develop and qualify a Non-Intrusive Electrical Monitor product (NEMO) to provide inexpensive, accurate, in depth monitoring of electrical usage, permit expanded energy savings and provide additional information, like potential equipment faults and failures. NEMO increases the amounts and kinds of diagnostic information that can be gleaned from a single set of electrical measurements, thus lowering the cost of monitoring building energy management systems. By analyzing the transient signatures produced when different electrical equipment draws power, NEMO can identify which of multiple loads turn on and off and assess their condition. The objectives of the research are to determine: the reliability of NEMO algorithms in the presence of multiple loads, prioritize several possible diagnostic analyses for the commercial product, and maximize the automation of NEMO data analysis while minimizing the need for human scrutiny and intervention. Phase I demonstrated the value of NEMO systems in monitoring and diagnostics with air conditioning units. The Phase II research plan calls for continuing the development work and installation of a qualified prototype in commercial buildings. Data analysis will reveal inefficiencies in building operation and effectiveness of the algorithms themselves. This project will develop a system for non-intrusive detection and identification of multiple electrical loads with major energy conservation and other benefits. Time of use data can be used to create new automated algorithms that minimize energy use and optimize heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system operation without affecting occupant comfort, while electrical health diagnostics can signal when a motor is nearing failure or a valve has jammed. A reduction in the cost of in-depth monitoring allows more commercial facilities to reap energy and maintenance savings from these algorithms and the NEMO product that contains them. Actual measurement rather than estimation of initial and ongoing electrical power consumption of electrical equipment within a commercial building enables verification of upgrade performance. It also facilitates design and operation of intelligent, energy efficient buildings and assists in attaining Leadership in Energy Efficient Design (LEEDTM) certification. By promoting energy efficiency in buildings, NEMO will enable customers to reduce their energy costs, reduce or eliminated unscheduled maintenance and increase profitability.
Walker-Miller Energy Services is an energy management systems company that empowers consumers of traditional and alternative energy to monitor consumption using new meter technology.
Ener-G-Rotors is commercializing devices based on a near frictionless expander that turns low- temperature heat into electricity, opening up new markets in industrial waste heat and changing the technology landscape for solar thermal and geothermal installations. The company is widely recognized as a provider in the conversion of low-temperature waste heat into electricity.