Aarna Networks raises $3.5M in seed round for edge orchestration, automation platform

Aarna Networks raises $3.5M in seed round for edge orchestration, automation platform

Aarna Networks, a software company in the 5G and edge computing application management space has secured $3.5M in seed funding from SVQuad Ventures, with participation from Inventus Capital, RiSO Capital and Arka Ventures, in addition to other industry veterans from Silicon Valley. Aarna Networks intends to use the funds to hire additional engineering talent and to expand its sales efforts.

Aarna Networks is an open-source software company creating a platform for orchestration, lifecycle management, and automation of 5G network services and edge computing applications. Its flagship product, AMCOP (Aarna Networks Multi-cluster Orchestration Platform), automates cloud-native 5G network services and edge computing applications using intent-based orchestration, lifecycle management, and real-time closed-loop automation.

“This investment is a huge validation of our strategy and execution, and it will help us accelerate the development of our product, which will be available as a licensed product as well as a SaaS offering. This will also allow us to concentrate on new possibilities and opportunities” says Amar Kapadia, Co-founder and CEO of Aarna Networks.

“5G and edge computing are a once-in-a-generation opportunity. Aarna Networks is well positioned to take advantage of this opportunity and we are excited to be part of their journey. Aarna’s focus on the management plane provides a unique value proposition,” adds Kanwal Rekhi, Founding Managing Director at Inventus Capital and partner at Silicon Valley Quad (SVQ).

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