I’m thrilled to share news that Pluribus has been named to the list of the Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies, a ranking compiled annually by the Financial Times and Statista. This is the second consecutive year that Pluribus has been ranked and the company rose on the list from #398 in 2020 to #330 this year. I could not be prouder of our team and what we’ve accomplished over the past several years.
Pluribus has aligned its strategy to meet the shifting landscape for data center operators of every stripe, driven by 5G, edge compute, AI/ML applications and digital transformation. Whether they are global telecoms, distributed cloud providers or enterprises these operators are all under tremendous pressure to build agile clouds while reducing costs, streamlining efficiencies and increasing application availability and security. As a result, Pluribus is leveraging the growing interest in its full portfolio of products and solutions that are designed to support modern, automated scale-out network architectures.
This includes Pluribus’ highly innovative Linux-based Netvisor® ONE operating system and the Adaptive Cloud Fabric™ controllerless SDN software, the combination of which provides the industry’s most scalable, secure, resilient and automated fabric-networking solution. The Adaptive Cloud Fabric radically automates single site, multi-site and edge data center cloud networks delivering new levels of agility while reducing the operational complexity of programming the network up to 95% over legacy alternatives.
It also includes our ongoing commitment to high-performance disaggregated networking via solution partners like Dell and Edgecore, as well as our own Freedom Series switches.
Finally, it includes a growing ecosystem of partners around the world as we continue to see growth and interest in the Pluribus Partners First program, which has been designed to be simple and accessible for multiple types of partners that are looking to deliver best-in-class disaggregated networking solutions.
Again, I am extremely proud of the Pluribus team as we have continued to grow even during challenging times, and I extend my gratitude to all of our customers, partners and employees who have made this achievement possible.Share:
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About the Author
Kumar is the President and CEO of Pluribus Networks. Prior to joining Pluribus, Kumar was VP/GM of HW Engineering for the Enterprise Networking Business at Cisco where he was responsible for the HW engineering execution of Cisco’s Enterprise Networking portfolio. Kumar brings 25 years of diverse leadership and operational experience in the technology industry that spans development, marketing, and engineering across computing, silicon and communications industries.