Nutanix is an enterprise cloud platform that offers solutions for server virtualization infrastructure, unified communications, and virtual data centers.
Nutanix is headquartered in San Jose, California. Diraj Pandey is Chairman and CEO of Nutanix. Nutanix IPO yields $ 237.9 million. Nutanix’s main competitors are Red Hat, VMware, and Cisco. As of August 2019, Nutanix had 52.0 thousand Facebook fans and 69.8 thousand Twitter followers.
Nutanix’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Nutanix top competitors include: Red Hat, VMware, Cisco, HPE, Hitachi Vantara, NetApp, Lenovo, AWS, Citrix and Egnyte.
Together they raised more than 1.8 billion. Of their approximately 292.4 thousand employees. Nutanix has 5,340 employees and ranks 10th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 26,185.
- Website: nutanix.com
- Social Media Links: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn
- Founded: 2009
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.3B
- Est. Employees: 5,340
- Headquarters: 1740 Technology Drive Suite 150 San Jose, California 95110
Red Hat is the main competitor to Nutanix. Red Hat is a privately held company founded in 1993 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Red Hat operates in the Internet software industry. Red Hat employs 9,660 people compared to Nutanix.
VMware is considered one of the largest competitors of Nutanix. VMware was founded in 1998, with headquarters in Palo Alto, California. VMware is in the application software industry. VMware generates $ 10 billion more revenue than Nutanix.
Cisco is considered one of the main competitors of Nutanix. Cisco was founded in San Jose, California in 1984. Cisco competes in telecommunications equipment. Compared to Nutanix, Cisco generates $ 49.3 billion more in revenue.