Just a couple of weeks ago, we have reached a massive milestone. CUJO AI technology now is deployed in 16M homes and protects more than 240M devices. It’s hard to believe that a year ago, we have just started working with network operators. What were the high points of this journey?
Announcing CUJO AI Platform
In January during CES 2018, we’ve launched the CUJO AI Platform for network operators. While we didn’t make a big fuss about it, this is probably the most significant event of the whole year. We have committed to scale our solution and to provide a secure and personalized experience for millions.
Today, we are working with several Tier 1 operators in the US and Europe.
Series B with Telecom Industry Leaders
Of course, announcing the platform is not enough. To deliver exceptional service, we needed both investments and partners that would guide us towards the goal. In May, a leading U.S. network operator Charter Communications has invested in CUJO AI.
In October, we’ve announced yet another investment from KPN Ventures, the corporate venture capital unit of KPN, The Netherlands’ leading telecom & ICT company. After the investments, CUJO AI is valued in excess of $100M.
Recognized for Technology
Our solutions have attracted the attention not only from investors and customers but also from the most prominent organizations globally and locally. In May, we have been awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum.
In November, we have been awarded as a Security Solution of the Year at the Glotel 2018 Awards by Telecoms.com. And finally – this December, The President of Lithuania has awarded our CEO Einaras von Gravrock for the investments CUJO AI has brought to Lithuania.
Also, CUJO AI has been listed in 3 industry reports:
- 2018 Cool Vendors in IoT Security report as a Cool Vendor in IoT Security by Gartner
- 2018 Market Insight: Address 3 Critical Security Issues to Differentiate Yourself in the Connected Home Market report as a Vendor to Watch by Gartner
- Injecting Smarts into the Connected Home: Redefining the Approach to Enhanced Customer Experiences report for Stratecast Perspectives & Insight for Executives (SPIE) by Frost & Sullivan
2018 also marks new partnerships. We have just announced that we started to work with Technicolor, a leading provider of home routers globally. In January, we’ve started working with Greenwave Systems to fend off cyber attacks for network operators. Three new partnership announcements are on their way.
What a year! Our resolution: to keep going!