SOURCE: Bivio Networks

October 01, 2007 09:36 ET

Bivio Networks CEO to Present at ETRE 2007

Dr. Elan Amir to Discuss Benefits of Next Generation Deep Packet Inspection Platforms

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY--(Marketwire - October 1, 2007) - ETRE --

WHAT:   Bivio Networks, the leader in high-performance network appliance
        platforms enabling the deployment of wire-speed, deep packet
        inspection and processing applications, today announced that Dr.
        Elan Amir, president and CEO of Bivio Networks, will present at the
        upcoming European Technology Roundtable Exhibition (ETRE) in
        Budapest on October 8, 2007 at 3:15 p.m. CEST.

WHY:    Dr. Elan Amir, president and CEO, Bivio Networks, will share how
        the company's network appliance platforms help to significantly
        increase DPI applications performance, reduce product development
        costs and maximize network performance. Amir will use real-world
        examples to show how Bivio's advanced DPI capabilities have made it
        possible for networking and security manufacturers (Sourcefire,
        Arbor, etc.) and government agencies (DISA) to build a new
        generation of solutions that have improved security, performance
        and network integrity.

WHEN:   Monday, October 8, 2007
        3:15 p.m. CEST

WHERE:  Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal
        Budapest, Hungary

About ETRE

ETRE is a unique invitation-only, C-suite forum that gathers the CEOs, entrepreneurs, financiers and other leaders from the Information Technology and Communications industry. Founded in 1990, the annual event welcomes over 700 leaders from 40 nations to exchange insights, discover innovative technologies, secure funding, establish new alliances, and solidify existing partnerships.

About Dr. Elan Amir

Dr. Amir joined Bivio Networks in 2003. Prior to joining Bivio Networks, he served as CTO for OmniSky Corporation, one of the pioneers in the wireless data application, software, and services sectors. Dr. Amir oversaw all aspects of the company's technology development, its direction and strategy, intellectual property development, and merger and acquisition due diligence.

Prior to OmniSky, Dr. Amir was CTO and vice president of engineering at ProxiNet, one of the first developers of web browsing solutions for mobile devices. ProxiNet was acquired by Puma Technology (now Intellisync Corporation) in 1999. Before ProxiNet, Dr. Amir co-founded FastForward Networks, a developer of broadcast media distribution software. FastForward Networks was acquired by Inktomi Corporation in August 2000.

Dr. Amir received his PhD and MS in computer science and a BS in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California, Berkeley.

About Bivio Networks

Bivio Networks has developed a family of industry leading, deep packet inspection and processing platforms that combine unparalleled scaling of network performance, processing power, and application agility. Bivio's network appliance platforms feature a groundbreaking architecture specifically optimized for wire-speed execution of emerging network services that increasingly demand deep packet processing combined with high network throughput. Based on open industry standards, Bivio Networks fuses unmatched flexibility with uncompromising performance to enable its customers to overcome existing bottlenecks and deliver the foundation of the next-generation network infrastructure. Headquartered in Pleasanton, California, Bivio Networks is backed by Goldman Sachs, InterWest Partners, Storm Ventures, Venrock Associates, and Silver Creek Ventures. More information is available at

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