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Mazu Networks, Inc.

Mazu Networks, Inc. was founded in 2000 and headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It offers solutions that enable IT organizations to manage, secure, and optimize the availability and performance of business services.


Its flagship product, Mazu Profiler, is a network behavior analysis system that offers behavioral analytics, user identification and application fingerprinting, role-based presentation, and intelligent operation with other systems in the infrastructure to support new and ongoing IT initiatives, including application performance management, WAN management, data center consolidation, and security and compliance.


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Sonexis

Sonexis was founded in 2001, and is a leading provider of in-house audio and web conferencing platforms for the enterprise. Its flagship product, ConferenceManager, has set new standards for ease of use and security. Designed to work within existing voice and data networks, hundreds of leading organizations have deployed ConferenceManager with minimal cost, effort or administration. Sonexis is a subsidiary of Compunetix, Inc. with headquarters in Monroeville, PA and a technology center in Tewksbury, MA. More »

Network Appliance Company

The Company was founded in 1986, and is a leading provider of solutions for application and network performance management. Its best-in-class solutions address: application performance management, network performance management, and network R&D. Its technology has been operationally proven in thousands of customer environments worldwide, including corporate and government enterprises, defense agencies, network service providers, and network equipment manufacturers. More »

Great Bay Software, Inc.

Great Bay Software, Inc., headquartered in Dover, NH, was founded in 2004 with the intent of improving the deployment, administration, and management of 802.1X in Enterprise networks. Great Bay's Beacon Endpoint Profiler has been referred to as the de facto standard for discovering, provisioning, and monitoring non-EAP hosts, also known as non-NAC endpoints and/or non-responsive hosts. More »

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