The recent research report from Omdia recognised Cubro as the fifth-place vendor in the worldwide market and second place in the Asia Pacific (CY19). The report also stated that Cubro was the first vendor to introduce 400G products in CY18.
The top takeaways from the monitoring equipment market report 2020 state that after two muted years, the network monitoring equipment market returned to stronger growth in CY19 with revenue up 5% to $624 million. Generally positive economic conditions, another strong performance in the government vertical, and a return to growth in the service provider segment as 5G rollouts began in earnest all supported demand. North America was the top major growth market, followed by the Asia Pacific. The long-term driver of making networks more secure and reliable remains intact, but CY20 will see a pause in growth caused by COVID-19, followed by acceleration.
Cubro has been around for 17 years, and we are proud of our well-established relationships based on trust and reliance. One of the keys to success has been value-based leadership. Despite technology being the core of the company’s mission, there is a strong focus on company culture. We see the progress each year with our positive growth rate and the fact that we have outlived some of our competitors. Over the past year, Cubro has implemented software consistency across the various CPUs in its offering (it now has Tofina-based switches) and is rolling out a controller-based solution (Asteria Visibility Controller) in 2020 to enable automation across large-scale networks.
The first products from Cubro were literally produced in a garage in 2003 and are still deployed in some of the leading telecommunication companies. Today Cubro has offices in EMEA, Japan and APAC and customers all over the world. The passion and dedication of the shareholders who started the business are evident as they are still actively working in the company. Find out more about us https://www.cubro.com/en/about-us/.