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Startup ThousandEyes opens office in Amsterdam

Startup ThousandEyes opens office in Amsterdam

The startup ThousandEyes expands its activities to the Benelux with a new office in Amsterdam, for a sales and service department. The startup provides insight into the experiences of users over any network, including the Internet.

ThousandEyes argues that companies in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg are pioneers in the field of innovation and are highly dependent on CD cloud and the Internet to provide customers and employees with apps and services. According to the company, understanding the network is increasingly a top priority for such companies, because digital experiences are only as good as the internet they run on.


ThousandEyes, which received a million-dollar investment from Salesforce and GV in February, has a cloud platform that helps companies monitor their network traffic around the world. To make this possible, the startup uses specialized software-based sensors that collect information about the underlying infrastructure. The company has installed its software in data centres in 54 different countries.

“Through an immense number of physical points in the Internet, we continuously measure the digital experience of our customers’ essential applications and services,” said Mohit Lad, co-founder and CEO of ThousandEyes. “Thanks to ThousandEyes’ real-time visual map, customers can immediately see where any bottlenecks or malfunctions have occurred. They can then share these directly with their service and cloud providers so that problems can be solved before they affect the customer.”

The new office in Amsterdam is headed by Regional Sales Manager Ramón Hemelrijk, who has decades of experience in the network industry. ThousandEyes already has offices in various parts of the world. The head office is located in San Francisco, but the startup is also located in Austin, Dublin, London, Munich, New York, Sydney and Tokyo. Amsterdam is the latest addition.

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