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  1. Meraki

    Meraki was a company that provided products for large-scale, distributed wired and wireless networks. The company was started by two MIT PhD students, Sanjit Biswas and John Bicket, along with Hans Robertson. The company was based in part on the MIT Roofnet project and became part of Cisco Systems in December 2012.

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  1. Meraki

    Meraki came out of a research project at MIT in 2006 and is now based in San Francisco. Meraki has grown rapidly from its modest roots. It now provides wired and wireless networking systems controlled in the cloud. Customers include universities (MIT, Stanford), retailers (Peet’s Coffee), hospitals, hotels, and others.Meraki is funded by Sequoia Capital, DAG Ventures, Northgate Capital, and Google.

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