Cisco scoops up yet another cloud company, acquiring SD-WAN startup Viptela for $610M

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Cisco headquarters. Cisco has been rather acquisitive in recent years, buying 19 companies since 2015; today it announced it was acquiring cloud-based SD-WAN vendor Viptela for $ 610 million in cash. Viptela was founded in 2012 and had raised more than $ 108 million, including its most recent $ 75 million round just last May. The $ 610 million price tag appears to be a nice return for investors. Read More
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