A10 Networks is a U.S. public company specializing in the manufacturing of application delivery controllers. Founded in 2004 by Lee Chen, In mid-2007, A10 Networks launched AX Series, a family of application delivery controllers/load balancing appliances, which won Best of Show at Interop 2007 in the Network Infrastructure category. In August 2012, a jury in California found A10 Networks responsible for intellectual property infringement and unfair competition, awarding Brocade Communications Systems a $112 million verdict.
Imperva is a provider of cyber and data security products. Imperva is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. Imperva has received a total of $53.7M in venture capital funding, including over $20M in its Series D round in April 2008. Imperva's investors include Accel Partners, Greylock Partners, Meritech Capital Partners, USVP and Venrock. Imperva's belief is that an organization's most important asset today is datacustomer, financial and intellectual property, each of which need to be protected from insiders and hackers. To protect data, Imperva claims to have built a data security suite to protect both structured and unstructured data:
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