Network management appliance developer Cymphonix Inc has received an investment from Intel Capital in a $5.4m Series A funding round and its technology will be included in Intel’s Converged Application Platform reference design, which allows enterprises to integrate and deliver voice, data, and video over a single IP network.
Sandy, Utah-based Cymphonix offers smart gateway appliances designed to give organizations control over users, applications, and threats by correlating isolated events to optimize network usage, security, and performance.
It uses cross-layer intelligence technology to make usage completely transparent so administrators can save time identifying and stopping threats, abuses, and non-critical traffic. It also gives administrators the ability to prioritize user access and application performance.
Intel joins vSpring Capital of Salt Lake City and Prospector Equity Capital as investors.