Santa Clara, Calif., December 21, 2009 – Silver Peak Systems, the leader in data center class Wide Area Network (WAN) optimization, today announced that California Water Service Company (Cal Water), the largest investor-owned American water utility west of the Mississippi River and the third largest in the country, has selected Silver Peak’s NX appliances to optimize WAN performance and minimize ongoing WAN bandwidth expenditures.
Silver Peak partnered with Integrated Archive Systems (IAS) to address Cal Water’s WAN optimization needs.
About Cal Water
California Water Service Company (Cal Water) is the largest investor-owned American water utility west of the Mississippi River and the third largest in the country. Formed in 1926, the San Jose-based company serves more than 460,000 customers through 28 Customer and Operations Centers throughout the state.
Cal Water is the largest subsidiary of the California Water Service Group, which also includes Washington Water Service Company, New Mexico Water Service Company, Hawaii Water Service Company, and CWS Utility Services. As a whole, the Group provides high-quality regulated and non-regulated utility services to approximately 2 million people in 100 communities.
About Silver Peak Systems, Inc.
Silver Peak develops data center class network appliances that maximize WAN performance while minimizing WAN costs. The company’s unique network approach to WAN optimization delivers unprecedented scalability and flexibility, enabling enterprises to rapidly move large amounts of data across long distances. Silver Peak’s WAN optimization solution is a strategic enabler for large IT initiatives, including data center consolidation, data migration, disaster recovery, server centralization, and global application / desktop virtualization.
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