January 08, 2015
Santa Clara, CA – January 8, 2015 – Netronome today announced that its Chief Executive Officer Niel Viljoen will present at the 17th Annual Needham Growth Conference (NGC) being held on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 in New York City. NGC provides institutional investors, private equity firms and venture capitalists access to over 375 growth companies from a broad range of industries, including semiconductors, communications and enterprise infrastructure.
Mr. Viljoen will focus on the dramatic transformation that networks are undergoing as they transition from vertically integrated, proprietary systems to open, software-defined, commodity platforms. He will also discuss Netronome’s role in improving performance in systems running open software on standard, low-cost, high-volume servers and switches that simplify deployments and management, enhance scalability and accelerate innovation.
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Netronome is the leading developer of high-performance networking solutions for cloud, data center, service provider and enterprise communications products. Netronome flow processing solutions increase the performance of virtualized servers by offloading compute-intensive workloads such as network virtualization, security, flow classification, content processing, deep packet inspection and dynamic load balancing. Netronome products are used by networking OEMs and ODMs worldwide and include FlowProcessors, FlowNICs and FlowEnvironment software that are supported by comprehensive tools and an ecosystem of premier partners. Netronome is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA, and its products are developed in labs in Santa Clara, CA, Boxborough, MA, Pittsburgh, PA, Cambridge, UK and South Africa. To learn more about Netronome and its products, please visit www.netronome.com.
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