Davra CEO named in CRN Top 25 Disrupters for 2014
27 August 2014 | 0
Davra Networks CEO Paul Glynn has been named as one of the Top 25 disrupters among channel-focused technology businesses in the US.
Published by CRN, a trade publication for the North American IT channel, the list honours 25 of the top influencers, sales leaders, innovators and disruptors in channel.
Davra’s management team has worked together since 1998 as part of Crannog Software, which was acquired by Fluke Networks in 2007.
In June 2014 Davra launched an end-to-end, cloud-based platform offering new capabilities for system integrators and network VARs wishing to quickly and easily provide a wide range of useful solutions in the cloud for the Internet of Things (IoT) market. The same year Davra Network was named one of the 10 coolest networking startups of 2014, also by CRN.
“It’s a great honour for me to be listed among the top 100 leaders for the channel alongside luminaries such as the CTO of Hewlett Packard and the CEO of Amazon and SanDisk,” said Glynn. “Davra Networks has been teaming with key system integrators and channel-partners to offer solutions that gather and make sense of the vast quantity of information associated with the IoT market.”
Davra Networks was founded in 2011 with $2 million in seed funding. Its research and development arm is located in Dublin with a sales and business development team working out of Sunnyvale, California. It also has offices in the UK, Germany and Australia.
Davra’s supporters include Delta Partners, AIB Seed Capital and Enterprise Ireland.