Mist Systems

Mist built the first wireless platform for the Smart Device era. By taking a user-first approach to networking, the Mist Intelligent Wireless Cloud (IWC) eliminates the operational burdens of legacy wireless architectures by replacing human interaction with machine learning and proactive automation. In addition, The Company takes unique advantage of user location and behavior to deliver a superior experience for wireless users and administrators.
The Mist team consists of leading experts in wireless, machine learning, and cloud, who are responsible for building the largest and most advanced networks in the world.

Employee Rating

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TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyJuniper Networks
HQCupertino, CA, US
Founded2014
Websitemist.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
Mist Systems was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Cupertino, CA, US

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Key People/Management at Mist Systems

Sujai Hajela

Sujai Hajela

SVP, AI-Driven Enterprise
Rakesh Bhatnagar

Rakesh Bhatnagar

Chief of Staff and Head of Engineering Programs
Bob Friday

Bob Friday

CTO
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Mist Systems Office Locations

Mist Systems has offices in Cupertino, Austin and San Francisco
Cupertino, CA, US (HQ)
1601 S De Anza Blvd
Austin, TX, US
1120 S. Capital of Texas Highway CityView 2, Suite 100
San Francisco, CA, US
25 Taylor St, San Francisco
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Mist Systems Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2014

Total Funding

$88.4 m

Investors

In total, Mist Systems had raised $88.4 m. Mist Systems is a subsidiary of Juniper Networks

Mist Systems Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

87/100

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Mist Systems Online and Social Media Presence

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Mist Systems Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    F

    50/100

  • CEO Rating

    A-

    80/100

  • Compensation

    F

    10/100

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Mist Systems Blogs

What SASE Means for Service Providers

Official Juniper Networks Blogs What SASE Means for Service Providers The COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of remote work have accelerated digital transformation and the shift to the cloud. It’s an industry turning point. Gartner predicts that by 2022, more The post What SASE Means for Service Provide…

Seamless Segment Routing (SR): Use Cases

Official Juniper Networks Blogs Seamless Segment Routing (SR): Use Cases In most networks, traditional traffic engineering requirements focused on building explicit paths for bandwidth management, protection and building paths to avoid shared risk. Over the years, the growth of cloud The post Seamle…

Lifecycle Management in the Data Center

Official Juniper Networks Blogs Lifecycle Management in the Data Center It’s tempting—especially for enterprise network owners—to apply the same sorts of lifecycle management tactics to wide area networks (WANs), campus networks and data center fabrics. But does applying the standard The post Lifecy…

Introducing Juniper® Security Director Cloud, Juniper’s Portal to SASE

Official Juniper Networks Blogs Introducing Juniper® Security Director Cloud, Juniper’s Portal to SASE SASE is everywhere. Recently, Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has taken off, seemingly overnight. This term, coined by Gartner, describes the convergence of networking and security into an archit…

Putting The Operator & End-User Experience First with a New Approach to Telco and Edge Cloud Transformation

Official Juniper Networks Blogs Putting The Operator & End-User Experience First with a New Approach to Telco and Edge Cloud Transformation Today, there are nearly 7.7 billion people and over 10 billion connected devices on planet earth. It’s mind blowing that, at the touch of a button, it’s tec…

Linux Servers Hijacked to Implant SSH Backdoor

Official Juniper Networks Blogs Linux Servers Hijacked to Implant SSH Backdoor On February 1st, Juniper Threat Labs observed an attack that attempted to inject malicious code into Secure Shell (SSH) servers on Linux. The attack begins with an exploit against the The post Linux Servers Hijacked to Im…
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Mist Systems Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Mist Systems founded?

    Mist Systems was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Mist Systems key executives?

    Mist Systems's key executives are Sujai Hajela, Rakesh Bhatnagar and Bob Friday.

  • How many employees does Mist Systems have?

    Mist Systems has 180 employees.

  • Who are Mist Systems competitors?

    Competitors of Mist Systems include Ruckus Networks, Mimosa and Tower Vision.

  • Where is Mist Systems headquarters?

    Mist Systems headquarters is located at 1601 S De Anza Blvd, Cupertino.

  • Where are Mist Systems offices?

    Mist Systems has offices in Cupertino, Austin and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Mist Systems have?

    Mist Systems has 3 offices.