Date: Apr 01, 2021 Source: Dept of Energy (
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Featured firm in this article: Clostra Inc
of San Fransisco, CA
COVID-19 has elevated internet connectivity to an essential resource. All aspects of life from education to commerce are taking place in cyberspace. Network connectivity failures can cause costly disruptions. With support from the DOE SBIR program, California-based startup Clostra, Inc. has developed Keymaker, a data analytics platform powered by machine learning. Keymaker's neural network is trained to identify network anomalies more quickly and effectively than other network analytics solutions. When it comes to keeping a network running at top performance, Keymaker outclasses existing platforms by simultaneously learning from existing network data, monitoring current network traffic, and keeping operators informed about significant changes to network behavior.