CTERA Networks

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CTERA Networks is a company providing cloud storage solutions for service providers and enterprises. It provides a platform that delivers end-to-end security and extends cloud storage. The platform enables companies to launch managed storage, backup, file sharing, and mobile collaboration services.
HQNew York, US
Employee Ratings3.9

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)136
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at CTERA Networks

Liran Eshel

Liran Eshel

CEO & CoFounder, Director
Oded Nagel

Oded Nagel

Chief Strategy Officer
Aron Brand

Aron Brand

Limor Bakal

Limor Bakal

EVP, Business and Marketing Operations
Michael Amselem

Michael Amselem

VP, EMEA Sales
Richard Elliott

Richard Elliott

SVP, North America
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CTERA Networks Office Locations

CTERA Networks has offices in New York and Petah Tikva
New York, US (HQ)
205 E 42nd St
Petah Tikva, IL
25 Efal St.
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CTERA Networks Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


CTERA Networks total Funding

$100 m

CTERA Networks latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

CTERA Networks investors

CTERA Networks's latest funding round in October 2018 was reported to be $30 m. In total, CTERA Networks has raised $100 m
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CTERA Networks Operating Metrics

CTERA Networks's Enterprise Customers was reported to be 50 k in Jul, 2020.
Oct, 2018Sep, 2019Jul, 2020

Enterprise Customers

50 k50 k

Edge Filers Deployed

50 k


19 21

Technology Partners

8 8
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CTERA Networks Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Ctera Networks UK Ltd.

CTERA Networks Cybersecurity Score

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CTERA Networks Online and Social Media Presence

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CTERA Networks Blogs

Best Practices for Implementing DR in the Cloud Part 2

This is Part 2 in a series about cloud-based disaster recovery. Read Part 1 to learn more about why enterprises are moving their DR sites to the cloud. In my previous post, I outlined five key reasons why enterprises are migrating their secondary data center (aka DR site) to the cloud. An effective …

Five Reasons Why You Should Move Your Secondary Datacenter to the Cloud

If your company hasn’t yet encountered an IT disaster, it’s probably only a matter of time before it does. Whether it’s a faulty network card, natural disaster or cyber-attack, companies of all sizes need to formulate disaster recovery plans (DRP) that will ensure business continuity when disaster s…

CCPA: Data Privacy, California-Style. Is Your Company Ready?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which went into effect on January 1, 2020, gives Californians more control over the information businesses collect on them and imposes new penalties on businesses that don’t comply. Similar in many respects to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) …

Redefining NAS from Edge to Core to Cloud

In the face of an unstructured data explosion worldwide, enterprises are re-evaluating traditional NAS infrastructure – both at the core (data center) and at the edge (remote sites). The reasons for this shift in thinking are usually boiled down to cost, capacity, and complexity, all of which become…

New Analyst Report: CTERA an Ideal Alternative to NetApp FAS

Managing file services and IT infrastructure across remote locations is not easy. IT veterans of distributed enterprises know this, thanks to years of NAS capacity upgrades and infrastructure sprawl; unreliable file services delivery; and complex data replication, backup/DR, and/or archiving process…

CTERA Achieves DoDIN APL Certification

We are very pleased today to announce that the CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform has been certified for inclusion on the U.S. Department of Defense Information Network Approved Products List (DoDIN APL). DoDIN APL-approved status provides further validation of the CTERA platform as a cyber-har…
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CTERA Networks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CTERA Networks founded?

    CTERA Networks was founded in 2008.

  • Who are CTERA Networks key executives?

    CTERA Networks's key executives are Liran Eshel, Oded Nagel and Aron Brand.

  • How many employees does CTERA Networks have?

    CTERA Networks has 136 employees.

  • Who are CTERA Networks competitors?

    Competitors of CTERA Networks include Panzura, Veeam Software and Cloudian.

  • Where is CTERA Networks headquarters?

    CTERA Networks headquarters is located at 205 E 42nd St, New York.

  • Where are CTERA Networks offices?

    CTERA Networks has offices in New York and Petah Tikva.

  • How many offices does CTERA Networks have?

    CTERA Networks has 10 offices.