Last week I had the privilege to attend Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 500™ event at the Fox Forum in Redwood City, CA. It was a great event (although I would have preferred a better beer selection), filled with some of North America’s most innovative organizations across, media, technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, and energy sectors.
It was especially gratifying to represent the hardworking employees at Pluribus Networks. The company has seen tremendous growth over the last few years, and the efforts of the team, and our partners, were validated and recognized by Deloitte, which ranked Pluribus Networks #58 on their list of the 500 fastest growing businesses in North America. Among our Bay Area peers, we ranked #13.
Pluribus empowers next generation networks with open networking switches featuring our Linux-based NetVisor ONE operating system and our easy to deploy, automated, and secure Adaptive Cloud Fabric, a next generation SDN solution. Our growth parallels what we are seeing in the networking landscape – that more customers are accelerating their adoption of open networking and achieving the benefits of disruptive white box economics while also breaking free from vendor lock-in.
At Pluribus Networks we are delivering solutions that are proven in some of the leading enterprise and service provider organizations around the world.
At this time of Thanksgiving, there’s a lot to be thankful here at Pluribus Networks. Congratulations to our team and our partners who made this tremendous growth, and recognition, possible.
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About the Author
Mike is Chief Marketing Officer of Pluribus Networks. Mike has over 20 years of marketing, product management and business development experience in the networking industry. Prior to joining Pluribus, Mike was VP of Global Marketing at Infinera, where he built a world class marketing team and helped drive revenue from $400M to over $800M. Prior to Infinera, Mike led product marketing across Cisco’s $6B service provider routing, switching and optical portfolio and launched iconic products such as the CRS and ASR routers. He has also held senior positions at Juniper Networks, Pacific Broadband and Motorola.