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Pluribus Networks, Inc.

What We Do
Pluribus Networks delivers software-defined networking as an open application platform in todays
data centers. The companys flagship product, Netvisor, is the industrys first distributed network
hypervisor operating system, converging compute, network, storage and virtualization with an open,
programmable approach.

Why We Do It
We give our customers an unprecedented level of visibility and control over their network. Our
approach brings the new application economy to the network by separating the networking
hardware, including white-box switches, from network applications delivered by Pluribus and by
third-parties. Key benefits of the companys Software Defined Networking (SDN) programmable
platform include: service provisioning speed and agility; network flexibility and holistic management;
better and more granular security; enhanced application performance management through realtime visibility (and the ability to record this data for forensics purposes); efficiency and lower
operating expenses; virtualized network services, and lowered CAPEX through network
disaggregation enabling freedom from legacy vendor hardware refresh cycles.

How We Do It
The Pluribus Netvisor abstracts the underlying merchant silicon from the SDN applications by
tightly coupling the switching silicon and high-performance compute. This enables fusing of the
physical and the virtual, the overlay and the underlay and permits IT to program the network like a
server. We support both Intel and Broadcom switching silicon via both Pluribus-sourced hardware
platforms as well as those offered by 3rd parties.

Major Customers
A sampling of customers includes Oracle, CloudFlare, the Stanford School of Engineering, and
Lucera. We also have more than 20 large enterprise and service provider customers via TIBCO, an
OEM channel partner. Super Micro Computer, Inc. is also an OEM of the Netvisor operating
system. Pluribus customers are supported by a 24x7 global support organization.

Management Team
Kumar Srikantan
Sunay Tripathi
Robert Drost
Ken Yang
George de Urioste
Mark Harris
Bob Layton
Alessandro Barbieri
Shirish Joshi
Dirk Campbell

President and CEO


Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer
Co-Founder, Chief Operations Officer
Co-Founder, Vice President of Product Engineering
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Corporate Marketing
Vice President, Americas Enterprise and Channel Sales
Vice President, Product Management
Vice President, Operations
Vice President, Customer Advocacy

Investors
Pluribus Networks has raised $97 million, positioning it as the best-funded SDN startup in a market
expected to grow to $8 billion by 2018, per analyst firm IDC. Temasek, the $176 Billion sovereign
wealth fund of Singapore, led the latest round, with existing investors New Enterprise Associates (NEA),
Menlo Ventures, Mohr Davidow, and AMT Cloud Ventures participating. Strategic investors in the
recent financing include Ericsson (the Swedish telecom with a market capitalization of ~$41 Billion),
Lenovo (the worlds largest personal computer vendor in 2014) and Newtech, a leading turnkey
datacenter infrastructure provider in Asia.

Board Members
Mukul Chawla
Kittu Kolluri
Mark Siegel
Jerry Yang
Kumar Srikantan
Sunay Tripathi
Robert Drost
Ken Yang

Temasek
New Enterprise Associates
Menlo Ventures
AME Cloud Ventures
President and CEO
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer
Co-Founder and Vice President of Product Engineering

Awards
Red Herring
Interop Tokyo
AlwaysOn
CRN
TMCs SDN Zone
Tech Trailblazer
STAC M3 w/ Lucera
Business Insider

2014 North America Top 100


2014 Cloud Platform Best of Show
2014 Global 250 and 2015 OnCloud 100
2014 Top 10 Coolest Virtualization Startups
2014 Excellence in SDN
2014 for Virtualization
2014 Record Scores in 5 of 17 Benchmarks for McObject eXtreme DB
2015 Top 26 Enterprise Startups to Bet Your Career On

Patents
8,891,543
8,811,153
8,767,752

Method and system for processing packets in a network device


Switch fabric for network devices
Method and system for resource coherency and analysis in a network

More than 25 additional patents are in various stages of approval.

Contact Information
2455 Faber Place, Suite 100
Palo Alto, CA 94303, USA
www.pluribusnetworks.com
U.S.A & Canada

International

855.GET.VNET

1.650.289.4717