Top 10 Networking Solution Companies - 2021

More and more businesses are conducting digital transformation exercises to upgrade their operational processes and stay competitive. These transformations are fueled by technologies such as cloud computing, mobile tools, and other IoT solutions. These modern technologies, on the other hand, are often more than older networks are built to handle. Due to rising cyberattacks, manual network administration is also a concern, costing IT departments time and energy that could be better spent elsewhere.

IT security gaps are rapidly expanding due to IoT, worker flexibility, and BYOD (bring your own device). More gadgets offer greater opportunities for cybercriminals to attack, especially given the widespread absence of stringent security protocols in mobile and IoT devices. The most efficient technique for reducing the security burden of modern networks on IT is to employ automated, policy-based management to secure application traffic and manage user profiles.

Using analytics to streamline the administration process can also relieve IT of some of its day-to-day responsibilities, allowing them to focus on other activities. Through dynamic segmentation, a system that can examine, secure, and isolate network traffic will reduce the risk. Furthermore, solutions that provide a network-wide role-based policy framework help ease the process of allowing appropriate access to devices. Most significantly, a network architecture that gathers data authentically and provides analytics to assist in predicting problems by displaying trends throughout the network and other forms of data helps prevent problems from arising in the first place.

At this juncture, various networking solution companies are entering the market to cater to the different needs of enterprises. To help them choose the solution that best fits their requirement, CIOReview has compiled a list of the top networking solution companies. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders on industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs.

We present to you CIOReview’s ‘‘10 Most Promising Networking Solution Companies - 2021’’.

    Top Networking Solution Companies

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    Avesha offers autonomous cloud infrastructure building with seamless scalability of cloud applications with easy, anywhere deployment using AI and RL

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    PingPlotter Cloud provides an IT team the ability to monitor remote workers’ connection issues from outside the managed corporate network. “Network connection issues are frustrating as it’s difficult to pinpoint the problem areas,” says Pete Ness, the CEO of Pingman Tools. PingPlotter Cloud is a specific toolset, developed to help IT teams troubleshoot remote network connectivity. It is designed to be both IT- and customer-facing, making it easier to communicate issues and resolve them faster

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    Founded in 2017, RabbitRun Technologies is driven by the mission to increase reliability and improve the quality of business communications over the internet, offering best-in-class solutions at an affordable price. RabbitRun Technologies' user-friendly and powerful SOHO SD-WAN solution plays a vital role for those businesses adopting cloud-native applications by improving communication quality and reliability with automated failover for internet connections or wireless 4GLTE. More importantly, RabbitRun Technologies’ cloud portal, jump service, and automated QoS minimize the complexity of installation. Also, there is no need for a static IP service that is often costly and difficult to get on home or wireless LTE services

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    Twingate helps organizations rapidly implement zero-trust networking to secure and manage access to their internal resources and SaaS applications in the new era of the hybrid and remote workplace. The company was founded in 2019 with an aim to address the challenges that IT, Security, and DevOps teams face while supporting their remote employees. Twingate offers enterprise-grade services with consumer-grade usability for both IT administrators and end-users, accelerating the adoption of this technology. The company spends a large amount of time making the deployment of its product easy. As a result of these efforts, the product can be deployed in virtually no time, with clients able to get up and running within 15 minutes

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    Offers a unified SaaS-based solution that provides a single interface to provision, secure, monitor, and analyze global enterprise networks.

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    AdRem Software

    AdRem Software

    AdRem Software provides network management solutions for enterprises looking for cost-effective strategies to maximise the return on their IT infrastructure investments. AdRem's technologies enable IT departments to visualise network infrastructure, address issues in real time, and plan capacity. NetCrunch supports all SNMP versions, including version 3 traps. It monitors routers, switches, printers, firewalls, sensors, and other devices using the SNMP protocol.On layer 2 topology maps, NetCrunch discovers and exposes physical connections between switches and nodes. The application dynamically updates physical maps in response to the discovery of new nodes or changes in existing connections.

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    InsidePacket offers scalable and highly-secured network services optimized for the Edge Cloud

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    ngena platform provides corporate customers with worldwide network services. Founded in early 2016, ngena provides a worldwide platform that unifies all of its alliance partners' local networks into an unified Software-Defined Network (SDN). ngena leverages the benefits of virtualization and automation to enable flexible end-to-end setup and provisioning of all services, enabling local alliance partners to provide uniform data connectivity services to their enterprise customers on a global scale.

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    Pluribus Networks

    Pluribus Networks

    Pluribus Networks is a provider of an open, next-generation software-defined network fabric for modern data centres, distributed cloud environments, and multi-site data centres. The Linux-based Netvisor® ONE operating system and the Adaptive Cloud FabricTM were purpose-built to deliver radically simplified networking with white box economics through the use of open networking hardware from Dell EMC, D-Link Systems, and Edgecore, as well as Pluribus' own Freedom Series of switches. The controllerless SDN architecture of the Adaptive Cloud Fabric distributes state and intelligence throughout the network fabric and is optimised to deliver rich and highly secure per-tenant services across data centre sites with minimal operations and no single point of failure. Pluribus Networks is also embedded in market-leading Network Function Virtualization (NFVi) and distributed cloud solutions that are being deployed in the networks of the world's largest 5G service providers. Pluribus Networks is a founder member and member of the Linux Foundation's LF Edge organisation. To learn more, please visit

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    Offers a network management platform for real-time connectivity that integrates directly with networks to connect all parties and reduces the number of tickets being raised