Overview

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Status
Acquired by on September 17, 2007
Total Equity Funding
$61M in 3 Rounds from 8 Investors
Headquarters:
Santa Clara, California
Description:
NetContinuum provides web application firewalls, enabling application controllers to secure and manage enterprise web applications.
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Categories:
Cloud Infrastructure, Security, Enterprise Software
Website:
http://www.barracuda.com/netcontinuum
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Company Details

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Founded:
1999
Employees:
None found in Crunchbase

NetContinuum, Inc. provides application controllers to deploy, secure, and manage enterprise Web applications. Its products include Web application firewalls that enable data center teams to secure existing enterprise applications; and Web application gateways, which provide application security, load balancing, content switching, connection pooling, caching, and GZIP compression to enable deployment of new enterprise applications. The company's controllers are used for managing business risk, DMZ consolidation, application deployment, instant PCI compliance, failed audit recovery, lowering DMZ TCO, and securing FTP. It also offers on-site installation, training, support, and other on-site custom engagements. NetContinuum serves the financial services, government, e-business, media and communications, ASP/software, healthcare, and education sectors.

The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. As of July 2007, NetContinuum, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Barracuda Networks, Inc.

Funding Rounds (3) - $61M

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DateAmount / RoundValuationLead InvestorInvestors
Oct, 2005$15M / Venture4
Apr, 2003$20M / Series C1
May, 2001$26M / Series B6

Board Members and Advisors (1)

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Offices/Locations (1)

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  • Headquarters

    1705 Wyatt Drive

    Santa Clara, California 95054

    United States

Past Team (3)

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