Lavelle Networks’ tech makes enterprise communication faster and cheaper

Bengaluru-based Lavelle Networks offers a network-as-a-service subscription-based product to help companies port their data and apps across different cloud service providers. Imagine driving the Mercedes GLC-220D, which has the Mbrace app that connects you to the retail ecosystem in every suburb and vicinity you travel in. The Narrow AI-based algorithms allow the user to connect…

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Betting on Software-Defined Networking

While today’s ever-growing computing and storage requirements are met by migrating to the cloud, customers find their network becoming a bottleneck, defeating the very purpose of migrating. Lavelle Networks aims to address this through its software defined networking (SDN) platform that enables a diverse array of WAN features, designed for optimal control and efficiency of the WAN.…

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Think Next: 14 enterprise tech startups graduate from Microsoft accelerator’s 10th cohort

The cohort underwent an intensive fourteen-week programme at the Microsoft Accelerator to increase their Enterprise Readiness Quotient. Fourteen startups which were part of Microsoft Accelerator’s 10th cohort graduated at the Summer 2017 edition of ‘Think Next’ here, the company said on Wednesday. Think Next is Microsoft Accelerator’s flagship forum which brings together thought leaders in…

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Ideaspring Capital invests in Bengaluru startup Lavelle Networks

Early-stage venture capital fund Ideaspring Capital has invested $600,000 in Lavelle Networks, a Bengaluru-based startup in the software defined networking (SDN) space. The startup was also announced as part of Microsoft Accelerator’s latest batch this week. Lavelle Networks, which offers an SDN platform to help enterprises securely connect multiple locations over the Internet, had earlier…

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