Talari Networks CEO Andy Gottlieb to Speak at Interop Conference
Networking Veteran to Discuss Emerging WAN Technologies and Video Conferencing Network Requirements with Other Leading Industry Executives
Cupertino, Calif., November 16, 2009 — Talari Networks Inc. — the leader in transforming virtualized-WANs by delivering the Internet economics and reliability of Adaptive Private Networking — today announced that company Chief Executive Officer Andy Gottlieb will participate in two panel discussions at the upcoming Interop Conference in New York. Relying on his more than 20 years of experience in network industry engineering and marketing leadership, Gottlieb will give his views in sessions on “Breakthrough Network Technologies” and “Network Requirements for Supporting Enterprise Video Conferencing” and the role Talari’s Adaptive Private Networking plays in both. The two sessions will be held at the Javits Center in Manhattan on Wednesday, November 18th at 2:45 pm and Thursday, November 19th at 11:30 am respectively.
“I believe a great challenge facing IT managers today is how to fulfill their growing bandwidth needs despite the mandate to cut costs in the current economic environment,” Gottlieb noted. “With its ability to deliver high levels of performance and reliability at much lower costs, Talari’s APN technology, by taking advantage of lower cost Internet and broadband-based WAN solutions, offers a paradigm shift that promises to alter the enterprise WAN market much like RAID technology reset the high-end storage market in the 1990s.”
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About Talari Networks
Adaptive Private Networking does for the Enterprise WAN what RAID did for storage. Talari’s Mercury line of Adaptive Private Networking appliances delivers a network with 30 to 100 times the bits per dollar, ongoing WAN costs reduced by 40% to 90%, and greater reliability than existing corporate WANs, transforming virtualized-WANs to bring Moore’s Law and Internet economics to Enterprise WAN buyers, outsourcers and MSPs. For more information, please visit www.talari.com. Talari Networks…Swift and Sure.