South African-based artificial intelligence (AI) start-up Cape Networks has been snapped up by US enterprise IT giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) for an undisclosed amount. Formerly known as Asimmetric, Cape Networks made headlines in September 2015 when it became the first South African company to join San Francisco hardware accelerator programme, Highway1. The company changed its name in 2016. It went to Highway1 to produce the next generation of its hardware - a network sensor used to test Internet quality for WiFi providers and mobile operators.
Read the article over at ITWeb: Cape start-up snapped up by HP Enterprise