November 01, 2014 7:18 AM ET

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Company Overview of Astute Networks, Inc.

Company Overview

Astute Networks, Inc. provides network-based virtualization appliances. It offers ViSX G3 for VMware to accelerate server virtualization, desktop virtualization, and cloud computing infrastructures. The company’s ViSX G3 also offers Microsoft Exchange and Sharepoint virtualization; and Oracle, SAP, and SQL virtualization solutions. Astute Networks, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Veeam Software. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Diego, California.

16516 Via Esprillo

Suite 200

San Diego, CA 92127

United States

Founded in 2000

Phone:

858-673-7700

Fax:

858-673-7755

Key Executives for Astute Networks, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 64
Founder and Senior Vice President of Engineering
Chief Financial Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Astute Networks, Inc. Key Developments

Astute Networks(TM), Inc. Announces Support of OpenStack to Provide Flash Storage to Accelerate Critical Application Performance for Public and Private Clouds

Astute Networks(TM), Inc. announced its support of OpenStack, an open source cloud computing platform for public and private clouds. By supporting the OpenStack Cinder standard as both an iSCSI target and a NFS server, Astute's ViSX appliance offers end users and cloud service providers alike a flexible and cost effective method for meeting their storage and application performance requirements when deploying infrastructure as a service (IaaS). The Astute ViSX performance storage appliance was purpose-built to address these I/O-intensive applications. ViSX eliminates all critical I/O bottlenecks that affect application and virtual desktop (VDI) performance and delivers unprecedented random IOPS performance and IOPS per dollar. ViSX delivers competitive advantages for cloud service providers to offer their customers a new high-performance datastore tier of Networked Flash to performance-constrained environments to enhance user productivity and lower IT costs. ViSX provides the most cost-effective way to deploy solid state flash storage with an easy to install appliance. ViSX quickly deploys in minutes with no application changes and no disruptive rip and replace, or forklift upgrades for installed servers and storage.

Astute Networks Inc. Enhances AstuteNET Program to Enable Channel Partners to Capitalize on Multi-Billion Dollar All-Flash Storage Market Opportunity

Astute Networks Inc. announced enhancements to its AstuteNET Program designed to enable its strategic channel partners to capitalize on the multi-billion dollar all-flash storage market opportunity. Value-added resellers (VARs), system integrators (SIs), managed service providers (MSPs) and consultants will now have access to significantly enhanced resources designed to enable them to better serve and grow their client base, and consequently increase profit margins. AstuteNET's strategic channel partners will enjoy: early access and input into product roadmaps and Beta releases, increased training, sales and marketing support/resources, expanded demand creation and lead referral programs, and enriched loyalty rewards, as well as a dedicated program manager to ensure the smooth launch and ongoing success of the relationship. End users will benefit from access to the Astute Networks ViSX all-flash solid-state storage appliance, delivering the industry's highest IOPs at prices comparable to (and typically lower than) hard disk systems -- directly from their trusted advisors. Together, the trusted channel advisor and end user will now be able to ensure the highest performance of business critical applications distributed across physical, virtual and cloud environments, while still adhering to strict budgetary guidelines.

Awdata Asserts its Support for the Expands Astute Networks, Inc. Partner Program

Awdata and Astute Networks, Inc. announced the expansion of their partner relationship. As a member of the enhanced AstuteNET Partner Program, Awdata will help to enable its customers with accelerated performance for critical tier one applications, along with the simplicity and cost they require, through the delivery of Astute ViSX All-Flash Solid-State Storage (SSD) appliances. As part of the AstuteNET Program, customers of Awdata will benefit from access to the Astute Networks ViSX all-flash solid-state storage appliance which delivers the industry's highest IOPs at prices comparable (typically lower than) hard disk systems. Now, Awdata and its customers will be able to ensure the highest performance of business critical applications distributed across physical, virtual and cloud environments, while still adhering to strict budgetary guidelines.

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