Gigamon sold its 100th GigaVUE data-access switch

April 19, 2006

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Gigamon Systems, a leading provider of data access solutions for out-of-band network monitoring, announced today that it sold its 100th GigaVUE data-access switch. In the first ten months since its launch at Interop last year, Gigamon has won customers in over 30 leading enterprises. These customers include leading companies in the finance and banking, computer networking, telecom, insurance, manufacturing, and government markets.

Gigamon has made a significant impact in a short period of time. Its GigaVUE has quickly become the "best practice" tool for data access and network monitoring of large meshed enterprise networks that require monitoring tools for security, compliance, VoIP, and management. It acts as an innovative infrastructure "data socket" for providing distributed network access across a fully meshed network, while allowing "out-of-band" monitoring tools to remain centralized. This enables monitoring tools to be deployed at anytime, providing vital information from anywhere on the network, to multiple tools deployed anywhere.

This data access switch allows enterprises to take full advantage of the tools they have and deploy less expensive tools, less intrusively, in the future, which provides significant savings. It also saves customers' money on both capital equipment and operational cost, translating into an overall reduced total-cost-of-ownership for enterprises.

"We are grateful for the enthusiastic response that we have received from our enterprise and government customers," said Tom Gallatin, Vice President of Marketing and Sales of Gigamon Systems. "GigaVUE relieves a major pain point for companies that need to stay on top of the security and health of their networks on a 24/7 basis."

Gigamon Systems LLC

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