Silver Peak Awarded Patent for Network Memory WAN Deduplication Technology

Unique Network Layer Solution Dedupes all IP WAN Traffic, Delivers 95% More Virtual WAN Bandwidth

Santa Clara, Calif., August 24, 2009 Silver Peak Systems , the leader in data center class Wide Area Network (WAN) optimization, today announced that the company has been issued U.S. Patent 7,571,344 for “Ensuring Data Integrity in Network Memory.”  Network Memory is a core part of Silver Peak’s technology architecture, using real time deduplication to improve WAN performance while lowering ongoing operational costs. 

“Silver Peak has differentiated itself by delivering a WAN optimization solution that benefits all IP enterprise applications,” said David Hughes, Silver Peak founder and CTO.  “This patent highlights Silver Peak’s unique value proposition, and underscores our commitment to develop and protect core intellectual property that furthers our leadership in data center class WAN optimization.”

Silver Peak employs real-time network optimization techniques to maximize application performance across the WAN while minimizing IT operational costs.  These techniques include:

Silver Peak’s award winning NX appliances scale from Mbps to Gbps of WAN capacity.  They are designed to optimize all IP traffic, regardless of transport protocol and application software version.  By delivering the highest capacity appliances that benefit the widest range of applications, Silver Peak is the most cost effective WAN optimization solution for large enterprise networks.

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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