CirrusWorks, a Herndon, VA-based developer of network control platforms, received an investment from The Center for Innovative Technology‘s CIT GAP Funds
The company intends to use the funds for market presence expansion and for product development.
Led by co-founders David Giannini and Michael Lovett, CirrusWorks makes software devices that help IT managers control access, data consumption and resource allocation on their local network systems. Their patented technology gives operators control over who gets what bandwidth and when – all on a fully automated, intelligent platform.
The company’s devices are installed in small to medium enterprises as well as public, commercial and government facilities, including schools, hospitals, hotels and retail locations.