ThousandEyes Raises $35 Million from Tenaya Capital and others

By | February 25, 2016

ThousandEyes, San Francisco based network intelligence company has secured $35 million in the latest funding round led by Tenaya Capital. The round also saw participation from Google Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, Salesforce Ventures and Sequoia Capital.

The raised funds will be used to expand the covered area in United States along with rest of the world.

ThousandEyes has developed a technology which lets the company monitor its customers network and other activities happening over their servers or on the servers of any third party service. This feature makes it more reliable and trusted among the services which are into the same domain. Specially, considering that these days, the companies outsource majority of services which require more efforts to cut down of the operational costs and efforts.

ThousandEyes has, over the years, signed customers in various fields such as media, healthcare, finance, technology and manufacturing. Few of the notable clients are Weebly, Olympus, iHeartMedia, DigitalOcean, Lyft and Mailchimp.

The company is also said to be working on a new module, which will let the customer companies monitor the VOIP data as well, making it even more reliable. Over the years, it seems to have worked really amazingly on the technology and the trend seems to be getting bigger and better for the company and its customers.