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DriveNets Pockets $110M to Pave Software Disaggregation Path

Media CoverageFebruary 15, 2019

DriveNets Pockets $110M to Pave Software Disaggregation Path

Israeli software startup DriveNets landed $110 million in first round financing to boost its focus on helping service providers disaggregate proprietary routers from their networks as they move to 5G.

The company was founded in 2015. Ido Susan, who was one of its co-founders and is currently CEO, was the force behind startup Intucell, which was purchased by Cisco for $475 million in 2013. The other co-founder, Hillel Kobrinsky, founded Interwise, which AT&T purchased for $121 million.

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