Cloudflare, a San Francisco, CA-based Internet performance and security company, acquired Neumob, a Sunnyvale, CA-based provider of solutions to speed up mobile apps, reducing errors, and boosting conversions.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed. With the acquisition, Neumob’s technology will be combined with Cloudflare’s global network to extend the company’s tools to mobile applications on virtually any device.
To date, Neumob raised $10.9m, most recently in a series A funding round led by Accel Partners.
Led by Jeff Kim, co-founder, Neumob provides a mobile software development kit (SDK) aimed at app developers at companies like HotelTonight, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, and others, who can embed their software within a mobile application.
Following the acquisition, the company has ceased service to its customers and the team will be joining Cloudflare.