SOURCE: Bivio Networks

January 20, 2008 18:00 ET

Bivio Networks to Present at APAN Conference

Bivio Networks Examines How IDS/IPS Providers Are Leveraging DPI Capabilities to Ensure Maximum Network Protection

PLEASANTON, CA--(Marketwire - January 20, 2008) -

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 the
        company is scheduled to present at the APAN Conference on January
        23, 2008 at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu, HI.

WHY:    Bob Wiest, director of technical services at Bivio Networks, will
        outline how policy-centric network security devices such as
        intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS) are deployed
        using high-performance deep packet inspection (DPI) and processing
        technology to ensure maximum network traffic awareness and
        protection.  Participants will also gain practical insight into
        integrating high performance network solutions seamlessly into
        their organizations.

WHEN:   Wednesday, January 23, 2008
        16:00 - 17:30

WHERE:  University of Hawaii
        Hawaii Imin International Conference Center
        Honolulu, HI

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. In 2006 the B2000 platform was awarded the "Most Innovative Hardware Solution" from Linux Journal. In December of 2007 Bivio Networks was selected as a winner of the first annual "Red Herring Global 100" award by Red Herring magazine. This list of 100 privately held companies in the world recognizes those that play a leading role in technology innovation around the globe. 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