NetBrain Expands Global Presence with New London and Toronto Offices
NetBrain Technologies, provider of the industry’s leading network automation platform for more than 2,000 enterprises worldwide, announced that it has opened its London office and signed a lease for an office in Toronto to meet growing demand for its solutions while expanding it base of engineering, customer success, sales, and marketing talent. These new offices increase NetBrain’s footprint to six offices worldwide, which include its headquarters near Boston, as well as additional locations in Sacramento, Munich, and Beijing.
“As network teams continue to deal with the challenges of manual enterprise network management, the demand for better visibility and automation across hybrid network environments is on the rise,” said Lingping Gao, chairman and chief executive officer at NetBrain. “In response to this demand, we are working to make our award-winning NetBrain platform more readily available for network engineers globally. The opening of our new London and Toronto offices is key as we expand our global presence and accelerate the market adoption of adaptive network automation.”
NetBrain’s new London office, which opened in February 2019, is in the heart of the city and will focus on expanding the company’s sales, marketing, and customer success efforts to support its growing base of European enterprises and managed service providers. NetBrain’s new 11,935 square foot Toronto office, located in the city’s financial district, is expected to open in April 2019 and will focus on building out the company’s R&D and professional services functions.
NetBrain’s latest platform release, NetBrain Integrated Edition 7.1, was launched in mid-2018. Featuring powerful network mapping and automation capabilities for physical, virtual, and software-defined network environments, NetBrain was named a Gold Winner in Network Product’s Guide 2018 Annual IT Awards, a 2018 SIIA CODiE Awards finalist, and a representative vendor in Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Network Automation for the third consecutive year.