Tech for enterprise: Cisco's fourth cohort launchpad focuses on deep tech

Your Story - 16th March 2019

From making payments using sound to using the Internet of Things to track plane terminals, to using quantum cryptography to protect enterprise data - Cisco's fourth cohort of startup graduates showed investors and enterprises that India can be a product nation.
So far, 24 startups have graduated from the Cisco Launchpad. “We believe many of them can become partners in the long run. What is good about the program is that about six of them have gone on to raise pre-Series A funding,” says Krishna Sundaresan, VP-Engineering at Cisco. In the Fourth Cohort, the eight startups that graduated. Minion Labs was one of the startups.
MinionLabs: It helps businesses reduce their electricity costs and improve their productivity by providing real-time device-level electricity consumption insights using a smart energy device using its analytics platform.

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