Endace Launches Silicon Valley Location
Network Visibility Leader Establishes Product Management and Marketing Operations In Sunnyvale, California.
Sunnvale, CA— June 11, 2012— Endace (LSE: EDA), the world leader in 100 percent accurate packet capture solutions, today announced the opening of its newest office, in Sunnyvale, California. The 3,000 square‐foot facility on Murphy Square in Sunnyvale will become the company’s global product and marketing hub and further underpins Endace’s US presence.
Starting in October 2011 Endace has built a team of senior company executives in the Bay Area, starting with the hiring of former Juniper executive, Spencer Greene, as the company’s senior vice president, product management and marketing in October 2011. In Febrary 2012 Tim Nichols, VP Global Marketing relocated from New Zealand to the US to support Spencer and in March, former Fortinet executive Rob Atherton was named vice president corporate and business development at Endace.
The Silicon Valley team will be joined in the new Sunnyvale facility by the west coast sales team and a number of other company functions. The new facility includes state‐of‐the‐art customer demonstration facilities and will be used by the company to host a range of customer events.
“As bandwidth and network utilization explode and drive the transition to ten gigabits per second and beyond, the network visibility and history provided by Endace technology is a ‘must have’ for any organization interested in service assurance, effective incident response or efficient management of network resources,” said Rob Atherton, vice president corporate and business development. “Organizations can further maximize their efficiency, effectiveness and returns on IT spend when Endace technology is married with an ecosystem of security, high speed networking and management tools. Our new Silicon Valley presence adds the resources, people and proximity that will fuel this ecosystem of technology solutions that can drive real customer value.”
“We are extremely excited to expand our operations in Silicon Valley. Having a greater presence here will greatly extend our reach as a global leader in the network monitoring industry,” Greene said. “For any innovation‐driven organization, a Silicon Valley presence is critical. Our new location and facility in the world’s technology epicenter enables us to attract and retain the talent we need to help us execute on the next phase of Endace’s strategy and growth.”
The new office is at 111W. Evelyn Avenue, Sunnyvale, California in the Murphy Square building.
Endace also has a significant presence in Chantilly, Virginia, the company’s U.S. headquarters.
Endace provides 100 percent accurate network visibility solutions for high‐speed and ultra‐high‐speed data networks. Endace Network Monitoring and Recording Systems are guaranteed to index, analyze, and record every packet at network speeds up to and including 100Gbps.
EndaceVision™ is Endace’s proprietary visibility application that enables engineers to search and retrieve specific packet data from any Endace System anywhere on the network. EndaceVision provides engineers with the information that they need to dramatically reduce the time it takes to find the root cause of network incidents.
One hundred percent packet capture is now widely accepted as a non‐negotiable input in to applications that are being used to help organizations measure, manage and protect their networks. Based on proprietary DAG® I/O technology, Endace’s network monitoring systems and network packet sniffer tools have earned a global reputation for delivering 100 percent network visibility at any speed from 10Mbps to 100Gbps. Based in Auckland, New Zealand, Endace also has offices in Australia, the U.K. and the United States. Quoted on London’s AIM, the stock code is LSE: EDA.L.