Solace Systems Expands Global Footprint

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Company adds new offices as part of strategic expansion

Expanding our footprint within the United States and Asia will help us accelerate the migration from software to hardware-based content processing and routing

Solace Systems, the leading supplier of high-speed, low-latency content networking hardware, today announced the expansion of its global presence with the addition of offices in Atlanta, Palo Alto and Tokyo.

These new offices will improve Solace's ability to work with customers, develop new business and will enable a closer relationship with our strategic partners including NetOne Systems, our distributor in Japan. The offices will also provide significant new field presence for Solace's sales, business development, marketing, professional services and systems engineering groups.

"Expanding our footprint within the United States and Asia will help us accelerate the migration from software to hardware-based content processing and routing," said Craig Betts, Solace's CEO. "These new geographies will allow us to expand our coverage of the financial services and service provider markets and expand our presence within other data intensive industries."

Solace provides innovative hardware that increases the speed and efficiency of content distribution, taking the place of software-based middleware that can no longer keep up with rising data volumes and requirements for lower latency. One Solace content router can do the work of 10 to 30 servers running software, resulting in dramatically lower complexity and total cost of ownership.

For more information including office locations and contact details, please visit http://www.solacesystems.com.

About Solace Systems
Solace Systems (http://www.solacesystems.com) is a leading provider of content networking equipment for enterprises, information providers and service providers globally. With Solace hardware, distributed applications share high-throughput, low-latency content distribution in an easy to manage, lower cost of ownership form factor.

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