Graphiant Stock

graphiant.comTechnology Hardware / Computing hardwareFounded: 2020Funding to Date: $95.5MM

Graphiant, founed in 2020, is a Silicon Valley-based provider of next-generation Edge services. Led by Khalid Raza, the co-founder of SD-WAN pioneer Viptela, Graphiant has developed the Graphiant Network Edge, an “as-a-Service” solution that seeks to provide connectivity between the enterprise WAN, hybrid cloud, network edge, customers and partners. Graphiant’s Network Edge combines MPLS-like performance to with the goal of enabling network architects to build enterprise-grade networks.

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Team

Management Team

Khalid Raza
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Stefan Olofsson
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Woody Sessoms
Chief Business Officer
Ali Shaikh
Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Brian Long
Atlantic Bridge Capital
Ida Khodami
Two Bear Capital
Michael Goguen
Two Bear Capital

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News Highlights

Reviving the Business Internet: A Roadmap to Restoration
The internet's core value has shifted from connectivity to accessibility, according to Khalid Raza, CEO of Graphiant. He argues that the business internet is broken due to the shift from a centralized client-server model to a widely distributed peer-to-peer network, which has resulted in complex and unmanageable connections. To fix this, he suggests replacing the internet's connectivity component with a private Network As A Service, providing security, data sovereignty, performance, and scalability.
Graphiant says SD-WAN, MPLS ‘fail’ to meet enterprise needs
Network-as-a-service startup Graphiant has claimed MPLS and SD-WAN are failing to meet enterprise networking needs due to difficulties in connecting with external entities, the complexity of connecting with enterprise resources, and connectivity with public clouds. Graphiant's report suggested businesses are gravitating towards NaaS products, with 62% of the 200 surveyed network architects and admins across North America saying they are likely to move to NaaS.
Updated on: May 26, 2024

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