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Butler Manufacturing inks deal with Peribit Networks for Sequence Reducer products for its wide-area network
January 28, 2003
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Peribit Networks, the global leader in bandwidth creation products that boost application performance, today announced that Butler Manufacturing (NYSE: BBR) has purchased PeribitSequence Reducer products for their wide area network. The SR-50s will increase bandwidth capacity thereby avoiding an expensive network upgrade originally estimated to cost $7,500 per month or $90,000 annually.“When our CIO heard about Peribit technology and suggested looking at their product, we doubted their claims,” said Dave Poncez, Director of Telecommunications at Butler Manufacturing. “But Peribit delivered in every aspect. The SR-50 installed in minutes, required no network changes, and quite honestly was a transparent ‘plug and play’ component within our existing network. The SR-50’s data reduction helped shave WAN response times during peak periods from over 100 milliseconds towards the normal idle condition of 60 milliseconds. I also appreciated the support Peribit gave us during the rollout process. With less than a one year ROI, the decision was simple – the entire evaluation and purchase decision timeframe was only four weeks.”“Butler exemplifies how companies can avoid increased WAN costs today while enabling new application rollout,” said Jef Graham, president and CEO of Peribit Networks. “Anyone considering rolling out ERP or CRM applications knows that their WAN may likely become a performance bottleneck. Clearly, these companies should seriously consider using Peribit to avoid dramatically increasing their WAN costs.”Peribit Networks Inc.
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