Founded by CS Alums, DeepField Grows in Ann Arbor
DeepField, the cloud analytics company founded by computer science alums Joe Eggleston (BSE CE ’98 ENG, MSE CSE ’99) and Craig Labovitz (MSE CSE ’94, PHD CSE ’99), has outgrown its location in Ann Arbor’s Tech Brewery business incubator and is moving to expanded office space in the Michigan Theater Building overlooking the city’s growing tech corridor on Liberty Street.
In making the move, DeepField joins the growing concentration of tech firms in downtown Ann Arbor, from established tech players Barracuda Networks, Google, and Menlo Innovations, to startups including Cataphora, Nutshell, Cyclos Semiconductor, and others with offices in the Liberty Street Technology Corridor.
Along with the move, DeepField plans to hire ten or more engineering, sales, and marketing staff this year.
Founded in 2011, DeepField builds intelligence solutions for a world where the cloud has fundamentally changed computing and networking. DeepField’s Cloud Genome™ based products provide scalable and cost-effective real-time control and visibility of the economics, performance, and availability of large network and cloud infrastructure.