Talari Networks Showcases Reliable, Real-Time Application Delivery Performance at SIFMA Tech Leaders Forum and Expo in New York

Company’s Enterprise WAN Solution Ideal Choice for Securities Industry and Financial Markets

San Jose, Calif. — June 13, 2012 — Talari Networks, Inc., a leading innovator in WAN reliability and performance quality network appliances, today announced its presence at the annual SIFMA (Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association) Tech Leaders Forum and Expo, held at the Hilton in New York City on June 19-21, 2012. At the show, Talari Networks is showcasing its Mercury T3000 WAN appliance, designed to bring more WAN reliability, bandwidth efficiency and cost-savings to corporate/main offices typically served by expensive and inflexible MPLS, IPsec VPNs and Frame Relay.

SIFMA Tech Leaders Forum and Expo is the financial industry’s premier technology event, exploring the demands of business environments, new regulations and the latest technology trends. A membership association, SIFMA brings together the shared interests of hundreds of security firms, banks and asset managers. The Expo attracts more than 200 exhibitors featuring cutting-edge technologies in algorithmic trading, data security, risk management and IT infrastructure.

“We’re honored to be invited to participate at such an important event in the securities industry and financial services market,” said Talari’s Vice President of Worldwide Sales Walter Carrington. “SIMFA members represent companies that rely heavily on accessing important financial data to make vital decisions – and they require that the data gets to them without delay. Our Mercury T3000 is an ideal choice for business-critical decision making by the financial community.”

About Talari’s Mercury T3000

Designed to bring reliability and bandwidth to large data centers and corporate headquarters, the Mercury T3000 affordably delivers up to 500 Mbps. Mercury T3000 combines diverse, abundant, affordable Internet-bandwidth sources, and provides reliable, resilient and high-quality connectivity between sites, ensuring application continuity. Mercury T3000 uses Talari’s patented and dynamic APN (Adaptive Private Network) technology to send the same packets over multiple paths to ensure delivery cost-effectively. If one circuit goes down, or if there is a significant failure, the T3000 can still send and receive data. Key features of the technology include per-packet path selection, continuous WAN health monitoring, dynamic bandwidth management and high availability and resiliency.

About Talari Networks, Inc.

Talari Networks is redefining WAN reliability and performance quality. By aggregating multiple broadband links and continuously adapting to the quality of the network, Talari enables true enterprise-class quality and reliability at consumer prices. Talari’s patented technology delivers 30-100 times gain in bandwidth per dollar, 40-90 percent on-going WAN cost reductions and greater visibility and reliability than MPLS or any other private network. In 2011, Talari was named a Gartner Cool Vendor and its Mercury T750 won Best of Interop–Performance Optimization. For more information, visit www.talari.com.

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