Cymphonix Announces New Leadership

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Company Instates Founders and Renews Focus on SMB and EDU Markets

The time has arrived for SMBs and schools to get complete Internet Management for the cost of content filtering.

Leading the charge to deliver best-of-service Internet Management solutions, Cymphonix Corporation announced today a change in leadership as the company’s founders take on the positions of CEO, COO and Board Member. Joe Lowry and Trevor Paskett now lead the company as CEO and COO respectively, while Kevin Santiago assumes a seat on the Cymphonix board of directors.

With the move, Cymphonix looks to redouble their efforts in the SMB and Gov/Ed Internet Management markets. “For SMBs, the Internet is as much a highly valued operational asset as it is for enterprise organizations,” stated Trevor Paskett, Cymphonix COO. “We’re making key strategic moves to better help these organizations get a handle on their Internet traffic and we’re going to make it extremely cost efficient for them to do it. The time has arrived for SMBs and schools to get complete Internet Management for the cost of content filtering.”

Small and medium sized businesses, as well as government and educational organizations, have not been immune to rapidly increasing demands on their Internet connections. Like their enterprise peers, these organizations are also making significant investments in the Cloud and SaaS. They’re also experiencing the same pains related to recreational Internet usage, the consumerization of IT, consumer Cloud and persistent connections, and how to efficiently manage these impacts on their networks. As these challenges have trended up strongly over the past 18 months, Cymphonix has received numerous requests for an SMB-level Internet Management solution. The new leadership team has been tasked with rapidly delivering an option for these organizations.

“We’re ready to roll,” Joe Lowry, Cymphonix CEO, said. “We’re on the verge of deploying a couple of big developments that will significantly and positively affect small and medium sized businesses as well as educational and government entities. While some of our competitors seem to be shying away from these organizations, either in terms of lack of innovation or outright abandonment of the market, we see a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to do some real good. We’re revved up to help out these organizations by giving them enterprise-level offerings with affordable entry points. We can’t wait to tell these customers, ‘If you’ve got budget for a content filter, now you’ve got the budget for full Internet Management as well’.”

SMBs and Gov/Ed institutions interested in getting a preview of the upcoming offerings from Cymphonix are encouraged to contact Cymphonix directly at sales(at)cymphonix(dot)com.

About Cymphonix
Cymphonix helps organizations get complete clarity into, and full control over, all their Internet traffic. As demand for content grows exponentially, network administrators’ ability to control and filter content, prioritize traffic and applications, and manage bandwidth is taxed to the extreme. Too often, they must resolve incidences and usage issues by cobbling together information from scattered locations and products. The result? Time and cost-intensive forensics and policy-setting that’s rarely based on a true understanding of the who, what, when, and where associated with the content and traffic flowing over their Internet connection. Cymphonix’s line of network appliances is a single source solution that allows network administrators to quickly, easily and clearly understand down to the minutest detail what’s happening on their connection at any given time, and then easily set and enforce policies across their network. Consequently, they spend less time on incidence response, forensics, and policy enforcement while gaining full control over content, applications, traffic, and bandwidth. For more information, please visit http://www.cymphonix.com.

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