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AirTight Networks hooks $10M from Trident & CMEA to push ‘cloud Wi-Fi’

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Cloud-managed Wi-Fi startup AirTight Networks has raised $10 million in its fourth round of funding, the company said today.

AirTight offers various wireless security and large-scale Wi-Fi solutions. These include high-performance secure Wi-Fi for enterprises, BYOD onboarding, and wireless intrusion prevention systems. The company’s customer list is quite diverse and includes Citrix, Pinkberry, Modell’s Sporting Goods, New York City Transit, SynergyHealth, and Maine Medical Center.

“AirTight has developed the industry’s most compelling cloud Wi-Fi solution at an unprecedented pace based on customer demand from major enterprises seeking to deploy Wi-Fi across a huge number of geographically distributed locations,” AirTight Networks CEO David King said in a statement. “Our technology team has once again delivered a highly differentiated solution by leveraging our carrier-class cloud architecture and patented location-based administration and enhancing it with Wi-Fi industry breakthroughs in ease-of-deployment, user interface design and integrated analytics.”

The new funding was led by existing investors Trident Capital and CMEA Capital. This brings AirTight’s total funding to $48.75 million.

Mountain View, Calif.-based AirTight was founded in 2002. International offices are located in India and Hong Kong.

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