WiteSand, the company bringing enterprise networking to the cloud, is emerging from stealth mode to offer a cloud-native, multi-tenant solution that provides asset discovery, NAC, wired and wireless provisioning, monitoring, and flow analytics.
With WiteSand, all of the functionality that was previously contained within other tools is now available in a single cloud-based interface, and only the physical switches and access points remain on-premise.
Its experienced founding team previously delivered several successful networking startups including Insieme, Nuova Systems and Andiamo that were acquired for more than $2.2 billion, and it has raised $12.5 million in seed funding to date from institutional and angel investors.
“Cloud is the new network operating system,” said Praveen Jain, CEO of WiteSand. “This is the place to consolidate all your on-prem enterprise networking tools. This is the place to do boundless analytics. This is the place to enforce zero trust policies in the network. And, this is the single place to manage your worldwide locations with consistent policies.”
The company’s integrated offering can span global networks reaching campuses, remote offices, factories, logistics centers, retail sites, and much more.
WiteSand includes the industry's first Network Time Machine, a feature designed to reveal the complete history of events and changes in the network at any point in time, according to the vendor.
WiteSand achieved this by pairing the limitless power of the cloud with global visibility, correlation, analytics, and recent advances in AI/ML.
Once subscribed, enterprises can templatize their ideal campus configuration and policies in WiteSand one time, and deploy it in any other site with the click of the icon.
With its flexible pricing model users can choose to deploy any or all of WiteSand’s features. Because WiteSand is vendor-agnostic, it is well suited for single-vendor or multi-vendor environments, brownfield and greenfield.
WiteSand is currently deployed by several companies to manage their enterprise campus networks.
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