Dune Networks appoints Frank Wies as VP of sales and relocates its headquarters to Sunnyvale from Agoura Hills

December 18, 2003

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Dune Networks, a leading provider of scalable switch-fabric and traffic manager devices, announced today that it has relocated its headquarters office to Sunnyvale, California from its previous Agoura Hills location. The move to Silicon Valley is designed to accommodate Dune Network's expanding operations, which include the appointment of Frank Wies as vice president of sales.

Frank Wies has over twenty years of executive-level sales and marketing success with internationally recognized semiconductor companies.

"Frank's proven track record as a sales leader, along with his strategic and analytical skills, are important for Dune's success in working with systems vendors around the United States," said Eyal Dagan, chief executive officer of Dune Networks.

Prior to Dune Networks, Wies held key positions with a number of high technology innovators, including Intel, LSI Logic, and Silicon Access Networks. His appointment coincides with significant progress on the product front, including the availability of the FE200, the SAND(tm) (Scalable Architecture of Networking Devices) switching device, as well as the introduction of Marvell's Prestera-FX930 and Prestera-FX9130, based on Dune Networks' architecture. A new FAP (Fabric Access Processor) device will be announced shortly.

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