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PlexxiPulse—Case Study: Perseus

If you’ve been following us on the blog or social media, you know that we announced a partnership with Perseus last week to help expand their global reach into 29 sites across the globe. Perseus has built the world’s largest SDN-based on demand services network, allowing them to quickly offer new products and services while enabling new deployments at a rapid pace. They needed a vendor that could offer the agility and flexibility to deliver services very rapidly and cross the globe, controlling the speed of execution, delivery and operating expenses. Light Reading reporter Mitch Wagner explored the partnership in detail last week and our CEO Rich Napolitano penned a case study on the Plexxi blog as well. Both pieces illustrate how Plexxi is helping to build (and scale) next-generation networks of tomorrow.

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InfoWorld: What hyperscale storage really means
By Rob Whiteley
Let’s be clear: Hyperscale isn’t about how large you are. Organizations don’t have to be huge to leverage hyperscale solutions. But that’s exactly what many IT infrastructure, operations, and devops pros think when they first learn about hyperscale. The Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—Powering Networks On a Global Scale

This week, we announced that Perseus selected Plexxi to deploy a next-generation network system to expand its service operations into 11 new major Asian markets and offer new services between 29 sites across the globe. By using our solutions, Perseus is able to supply low latency point-to-point and multipoint Ethernet services as well as global market data distribution in all of the world’s key emerging markets and financial liquidity centers.

Perseus came to us looking for a vendor to help improve its network’s geographic scale, simplicity, agility and service offering capabilities. Through Plexxi’s technology, the company found ways to reduce its network’s operational overhead, intense manual labor and complexity, while at the same time increasing and improving service delivery options for its customers. We’re proud that we were able to help Perseus find a solution that accommodated their requirements of today as well as those of the future. Interested in learning more about how we’re working together? Take a look at this blog post from our CEO Rich Napolitano.

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Light Reading: Perseus Builds 75,000-Mile Global SDN Network
By Mitch Wagner
Perseus is deploying Continue reading

A Software-Defined Service Provider Network Improves Profitability and Delivers Competitive Advantage

At Plexxi we’re building a simply better network for public and private cloud environments and next generation service providers. The next era of IT requires support for data center agility, scale-out applications, converged infrastructure, Big Data analytics and integrated security over networks that are both local and global in scale. In a prior blog I reviewed the case study of a large enterprise that deployed a next generation data center network achieving agility through integration with VMware, data and application workload awareness and a dynamic, single-tier fabric optimized for east/west and north/south data center traffic. In this installment of my blog, I review the case study of Perseus. They have built the world’s largest SDN-based on demand services network allowing them to quickly offer new products and services while enabling new deployments at a rapid pace.

Perseus had an existing international network to transport high-speed, high-precision and high-performance applications across the globe for their managed service customers. That network was built on traditional platforms, similar to those of competitors, leveraging a layer three MPLS backbone for multi-tenancy and differentiated services.

They were planning to expand global operations to a new continent and across dozens of new countries where they did Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—Products for Success

As the industry transitions into the next era of IT, the flood of data and application growth is forcing Cloud-based network architectures to change radically (for more info take a look here). This shift is causing an increased emphasis on tools and service integration rather than a focus on individual components. The emerging role of Cloud Architect is tasked with delivering agility and cost savings through automation, resource elasticity, data and application mobility and workflow integration. We’ve identified this new role and have the tools that will enable Cloud Builders to be successful—Plexxi Control software, Plexxi Connect and Plexxi Switch. Interested in learning more? Take a look at our solutions brief on networking for Cloud Builders.

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ITBusinessEdge: Striving Toward Unified Enterprise Infrastructure
By Arthur Cole
Most enterprises are already realizing some of the benefits of cloud computing in the form of lower capital and operating costs, better scalability and access to more modern, robust infrastructure. But if they are not careful, they run the risk of migrating workloads onto too many disparate platforms, creating the same kinds of data silos that currently Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—Is the Network a Storage Problem?

In talking to our customers, CEO Rich Napolitano realized that the rapidly changing dynamics of storage have an impact on network traffic. After reading articles like this one from Enrico Signoretti at the Register on how the network may become the next bottleneck for storage, he decided to investigate further. In a blog post this week, Rich identifies how storage is changing, its impact on the network and how Plexxi solutions can enable scaled-out storage. Give it a read!

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SiliconANGLE: Is there a new networking solutions provider du jour for cloud architects?
By R. Danes
How does a young company compete against a behemoth competitor with an 80 percent enterprise marketshare? “We look for the agents of change,” said Plexxi, Inc.’s CEO Rich Napolitano, referring to the company’s strategy for attracting customers looking for novel IT Solutions.

Xconomy: What’s New in Boston VC Land: Assemble, Hyperplane, Pillar
By Gregory T. Huang
GV (not to be confused with GC) is Google Ventures’ new name. The firm, also bicoastal, has been moving away from seed-stage investing, according to a Wall Street Journal story. GV Continue reading

Simply A Better Network for Converged Infrastructure and Your Storage

Plexxi had a really big year in 2015; growing year-over-year revenue by 10X and dramatically increasing our list of customers, signing an exclusive distribution relationship with Arrow Electronics and expanding our value added reseller network by 6X. We achieved all this through a relentless focus on providing transformational data center networking products and tools. Our solutions are purpose-built to support the people responsible for designing, architecting and supporting public and private clouds deployments. As I discussed in my last blog, we call these people Cloud Builders.

Cloud Builders are tasked with finding new ways to meet today’s dynamic business requirements. Traditionally, public cloud has been associated with speed, agility, elasticity and cost savings, whereas private cloud has been associated with control around application performance, latency and security. To support modern day business requirements Cloud Builders need to leverage both public and private cloud; it’s no longer an either/or scenario.   Public and private clouds need to offer control over application performance, latency and security AND offer speed, agility, elasticity and cost savings.

We continue, as a company, to learn and adapt to market conditions by listening intently to customers, prospects and partners. Lately our conversations with Cloud Builders have revolved Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—Barriers to Adoption

At the recent BOSNOG meetup where our co-founder and CTO Dave Husak hosted a discussion on the state of the network, a member of the audience asked what Plexxi’s barriers to adoption were. This struck a chord with Bill Koss, our VP of Strategic Accounts who was in attendance at the event. He outlined what he believes Plexxi’s barriers to adoption are and how Plexxi is provisioning networks for the modern era in a blog post. Give it a read and let us know what you think.

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SearchSDN: SDN network security: Building a safer architecture
By Lee Doyle
IT buyers can select from a wide range of SDN tools to improve network security. VMware offers NSX to virtualize the network and provide micro-segmentation of data center assets. Cisco leverages the SDN capabilities of its Application Centric Infrastructure, in combination with its network security products, to enhance data center security. Rapid changes in IT technologies have altered the landscape of network security. With the advent of pervasive mobility, BYOD and the Internet of Things (IoT), organizations can no longer rely on a hardened network Continue reading

For Those Who Think Differently

A week ago Plexxi’s founder and CTO, Dave Husak presented at the Boston area networking Meetup called BOSNOG. This week Plexxi celebrates our five-year founding anniversary. I was at the Meetup with the Plexxi team and during the Q&A segment a question was asked that provoked some reflection on my part. The question was “what has been the biggest barrier to adoption for Plexxi?” A simple question, but the answer is not so simple.

The biggest barrier to Plexxi has been the ingrained acceptance of networking complexity and singular design to all networking requirements. Over the past five years, many companies brought to market solutions that added to this complexity with little if any underlying changes to the traditional network architecture. The past five years in networking has been witness to a multitude of technical attempts to change networking through the façade of automation, but none have tried to make it simpler and better. During these five years entire product lines from our competitors have achieved full cradle to end-of-life cycle in an attempt to “…harness the intelligent network through programmability and abstraction across multiple layers, offering a choice of protocols, industry standards, and usage-based deployment models” with the goal to Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—BOSNOG Event

This week, Plexxi co-founder Dave Husak hosted interactive discussion on the evolving role of network administrators, the future of cloud environments and bringing order to the chaos of software-defined networking, at a BOSNOG (Boston Network Operators Group) event. Dave and the team enjoyed connecting with other networking professionals in the area and listening to other viewpoints on the future of the network. Take a look at a few photos from the event below and keep an eye on the blog and Twitter for updates on future events.



Photo credit: Ethan Banks

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ESG Global: Plexxi Draws Google’s Attention – and Money
By Steve Duplessie
Plexxi is one of those “intelligent infrastructure” companies I’ve been harping about as of late. And by intelligent, in this case I mean a network that can self-actualize and alter its very being based on real-time application and usage demands. It’s way cool. And because I love to tell you “I told you so”, which I did over a year ago, I now get to rub your noses in it. This stuff matters. Google Ventures just plopped some Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—GV Invests In Plexxi

On Wednesday, we announced that GV (formerly Google Ventures) has invested in Plexxi. GV’s investment will help us continue to scale our networking product offerings, meet the needs of the emerging cloud builder community and drive adoption of software-defined architecture in data centers. CEO Rich Napolitano’s recent blog post calls attention to the need for transformation of IT being led by Cloud Builders and Cloud Architects. This investment will help us stay at the forefront of this transformation.

This investment follows Plexxi being named to the Dell Founders 50 list and the release of our newest software suite and Switch 3 hardware program in late 2015. We are committed to constant innovation and proud that GV shares our vision to provide a network that meets today’s dynamic business requirements.

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ZDNet: Google’s venture capital arm GV invests in networking startup Plexxi
By Natalie Gagliordi
Networking startup Plexxi says it has received a funding investment from GV, Google’s venture capital arm formerly known as Google Ventures. Plexxi did not disclose the specific size of Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—Our CEO on “Cloud Builders”

The future of IT is rapidly changing. The transition to private and public clouds is forcing the need for integrated and elastic infrastructure. These changes are the impetus of a new role (and customer) called the Cloud Builder or Cloud Architect. Cloud Builders look at applications and data requirements from the perspective of business goals, not static technology silos. CEO Rich Napolitano details the parameters and implications of this new role in a blog post, and also outlines how Plexxi’s tools enable Cloud Builders to drive agility and workflow integration across what were once disparate compute, storage and network domains. Give it a read.

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ITBusinessEdge: Converging Your Way to a New Data Center
By Arthur Cole
Vested interests in the IT industry have a lot riding on the hope that the enterprise will want to keep some of its infrastructure in-house rather than push everything onto the cloud as the decade unfolds. But this is only likely to happen if on-premises hardware is low-cost, highly scalable and maintains a tight footprint. This is why so many designers are touting converged and hyper-converged Continue reading

The “Cloud Builder” Awakens

I have traveled extensively over the final quarter of 2015, meeting with customers, prospects and partners. There is something about being on the road that gives clarity to business and as a result, it is clear in my mind that Information Technology is witnessing its greatest period of change. The Internet of Things, Cloud and Big Data are driving the massive growth of new applications and data. Rapid rates of application and data growth are forcing organizations to move away from legacy scale-up approaches to ones that provide seamless scale-out. Siloed and monolithic approaches to delivering storage, compute and network resources must be replaced by integrated and elastic infrastructure and services consumption models.

In support of these new consumption models, IT is being delivered as services delivered on-demand, leveraging cloud architectures. I am seeing the emergence of a new customer, whom I call the Cloud Builder or Cloud Architect. Due to the rapid growth and importance of this new role, I somewhat jokingly say, “the Cloud Builder has awoken.” This new role takes a different IT approach to meeting the needs of the business. The Cloud Builder looks at applications and data requirements from the perspective of business goals, Continue reading

Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure and Operations Management Conference

I had the opportunity to attend this year’s Gartner Data Center Infrastructure and Operations Management Conference in Las Vegas December 7th – 10th.  The sessions were very informative, providing insight into both high-level trends and tactical topics, including bimodal IT, cloud (both public and private) and converged/ hyperconverged infrastructure. I leveraged Twitter at the conference as a means of taking, and sharing, copious notes (@RobertNoel3). Here’s a look at the conference’s main themes:

Bimodal IT:

Bimodal IT is a topic that Gartner has been discussing at length in recent years. The concept of bimodal IT is that organizations need to behave in two modes simultaneously (mode1 and mode 2). According to Ray Paquet, Managing VP at Gartner, mode 1 is predictable where orders are taken from customers of IT and delivered upon.  This is the process of “keeping the lights on” and supporting legacy tools and processes. Mode 2 is exploratory where new tools and processes are considered hand-in-hand with customers of IT.  Mode 2 is all about moving fast and taking risks as a means to support the agility required for the next generation of IT. As a metaphor, Paquet described mode 1 Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—Dell Founders 50

This week, Plexxi was named to Dell’s Founders 50, a select cohort of startups that are disrupting their respective industries and poised for future success. Dell recognized Plexxi, and the other startups on the list, for the company’s high growth and impressive use of innovative technology solutions. Plexxi’s technology is founded on the belief that the future of IT is dramatically changing as the industry moves towards the third era of IT. As the industry transitions into the next era of IT, data and application growth are forcing cloud data center network architectures to change radically. We’re proud to be a part of this list and are committed to producing dynamic solutions for next generation networks. Congratulations to all of the companies named to the 2016 cohort!

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TechTarget: Eight emerging data center trends to follow in 2016
By Robert Gates
Most data centers will be able to reduce physical space by at least 30% in the next five years, one of several emerging data center trends through 2020. Increased density, virtualization, moves to colocation facilities and cloud computing are all impacting operations Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—SDN Webinar with IHS 12/15

Next Tuesday, we are participating in a webinar hosted by IHS analyst Cliff Grossner titled “Which Architecture is Best for Software Defined Networking (SDN)?” Plexxi Director of Product Marketing Bob Noel will contribute to the conversation alongside Jim MacLeod of Fujitsu and Paul Barret of NetScout. Topics up for discussion include rollout timing for data centers, centralized vs. distributed control architecture and service assurance. The webinar will also include company use cases that illuminate the value of SDN adoption. Want to listen in? You can sign up VMUG USERCON conference in Boston this week. Plexxi Systems Engineer Chris Tassone walked blogger Paul Braren through the Plexxi platform at the show. Check it out!

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Xconomy: Enterprise Tech Strikes Back: Photos and Takeaways
By Gregory T. Huang
Steve Papa said it takes having a different viewpoint and the persistence to turn a bad idea into a good idea. Andy Ory said it takes choosing the right market and problem to solve in the first place. Ash Ashutosh said that fast is the new big. The translation from these successful serial entrepreneurs: building an enterprise-tech startup is hard work, but there has never been more opportunity than now…Plexxi’s Rich Napolitano, a longtime EMC executive, said “we need a better ecosystem here”—meaning more collaboration and mentorship in the enterprise-tech community.

CRN: The 10 Coolest Networking Startups Of 2015
By Mark Haranas
It seems everyone was trying to shake up the traditional networking world this year through faster, cheaper, software-driven solutions. Startups are saying 2015 is the year where software-defined networking (SDN) and the Internet of Things (IoT) began to hit the mainstream market. Innovators who hailed from networking leaders like Cisco and Juniper Networks are forming new companies focusing on things such as analytics, “X”-as-a-Service or converged infrastructure. Startups such as Versa Networks, founded by former Juniper top engineers, and Altocloud, started by a former Cisco top executive, are striving to make network solutions simpler, automated and more cost effective to drive business outcomes. Here are 10 networking startups that have shaken up the industry in 2015.Plexxi is seeking to change the networking world in the enterprise and service provider markets by creating underlays that enable the network to be as scalable and easy to use as a cloud environment.

The Stack: How SDN can help enterprises become a competitive force in the digital age
By Kalyan Kumar, Senior Vice President and Chief Technologist at HCL Technologies
With the digital age dawning, businesses are under mounting pressure to become more agile if they want to compete. This has led to a huge focus on cloud, big data and mobile, but what is often forgotten is that these digital services are delivered on an underlying network infrastructure. Failing to future-proof this platform could ultimately render investments in new technologies ineffective and reduce the benefits they deliver. Digital services require a platform that can scale with spikes in traffic while being able to adapt to changing traffic patterns in real time. Traditional network infrastructures are unable to provide the agility, elasticity and scalability needed to keep up with rapid digital transformation. In order to tackle this challenge effectively, businesses must transition from physical infrastructure to implement a software defined network (SDN) that is more aligned with modern business demands.

Data Center Knowledge: Why Hyperconverged Infrastructure is so Hot
By Yevgeniy Sverdlik
Hyperconverged infrastructure did not exist as a concept two or three years ago. Today, it is one of the fastest-growing methods for deploying IT in the data center, as IT departments look for ways to adjust to their new role in business and new demands that are placed on them. Gartner expects it to go from zero in 2012 to a $5 billion market by 2019, becoming the category leader by revenue in pre-integrated full-stack infrastructure products. The category also includes reference architectures, integrated infrastructure, and integrated stacks. “Hyperconvergence simply didn’t exist two years ago,” Gartner analyst Andrew Butler said. “Near the end of this year, it’s an industry in its own right.” But, he added, the industry has a lot of maturation ahead of it, which means far from all vendors who are in the space today will still be in it a few years from now. In a session at this week’s Gartner data center management summit here, Butler and his colleague George Weiss shared their view of what hyperconverged infrastructure is, why it’s so hot, and what might it all mean for data center managers.

eWeek: Enterprises Embracing Next-Generation Data Centers, Gartner Asserts
By Scot Peterson
Amid the growth of cloud computing and software as a service, the enterprise data center seems like it has lost its place to become a repository of outdated modes of operation and aging equipment ripe for replacement. The general impression is that the enterprise data center as we know it is dead. Long live the data center. Call it the enterprise-defined data center. The reality is that data centers will continue to exist. But they are quickly changing into hubs of innovation, smaller and more agile. This is something that we have seen coming, but now the trend is here. Data centers are changing under the feet of companies as they transform themselves around digital business models, which Garter analysts call “Mode 2” computing. “It’s an exciting time to be in infrastructure,” said Vijay Luthra, senior vice president, global head of infrastructure, engineering and operations at Northern Trust, a speaker here at the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure and Operations Management Conference. “CIOs are looking at very disruptive models.”

Harvard Business Review: 8 Tech Trends to Watch in 2016
By Amy Webb
More than once you’ve probably looked at some new digital or technological development and asked yourself, “How did we miss that?” In order to chart the best way forward, you must understand emerging trends: what they are, what they aren’t, and how they operate. Such trends are more than shiny objects; they’re manifestations of sustained changes within an industry sector, society, or human behavior. Trends are a way of seeing and interpreting our current reality, providing a useful framework to organize our thinking, especially when we’re hunting for the unknown. Fads pass. Trends help us forecast the future. To identify emerging trends, I use a six-part methodology beginning with seeking out those on the fringes doing unusual experimentation or research. Next I look for patterns using my CIPHER model, where I identify previously unseen contradictions, inflections, practices, hacks, extremes, and rarities. Then I ask practical questions, mapping trajectories, building scenarios, and pressure-testing my conclusions.

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PlexxiPulse—Networking in Boston

Our CEO, Rich Napolitano, has been hitting the road to share the Plexxi message! Just before Thanksgiving, he sat down with Paul Gillin and Dave Vellante of SiliconANGLE to discuss our most recent product launch and modernizing network infrastructure. Take a look at the video below!

Earlier this week, Rich participated in the Enterprise Tech Strikes Back event in Boston hosted by Xconomy. Rich was a member of the “Building the Next Great Infrastructure Company” panel with Andy Ory of 128 Technology, Ellen Rubin of ClearSky Data and moderator Jody Rose of the New England Venture Capital Association. The group discussed networking, storage and cloud, and what it will take to create Boston’s next big enterprise IT infrastructure company. We enjoyed meeting and networking with likeminded startups that are taking on the challenges associated with the Third Era of IT. It is always fun to have a group of brilliant minds in one room!

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By Manish Sablok
The stats are here: investment bank Goldman Sachs cites Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—Networking for Cloud Builders

As the industry transitions into the next era of IT, the flood of data and application growth is forcing cloud-based network architectures to change radically. This week, we announced two new products (Plexxi 2.2 Software Suite and Plexxi Switch 3) that combine to provide cloud builders unprecedented capabilities to bring public cloud flexibility and efficiency to the private cloud. The cloud builder generation needs to make the private cloud as easy to consume as the public cloud—and Plexxi’s solutions do just that. These new solutions expand Plexxi’s go-to-market opportunities in content distribution, high frequency trading, enterprise and government market segments. Take a look at this blog post from our CEO that defines cloud builders and outlines how these new products can help cloud builders construct agile, scalable and reliable networks for the Third Era of IT.

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SDX Central: New Plexxi Software Targets the ‘Cloud Builders’
By Mike Robuck
Plexxi CEO Rich Napolitano says Tuesday’s announcement of the company’s new Plexxi 2.2 Software Suite for cloud builders and a new switch are major milestones for the company. As a corollary to the Continue reading

Cloud Builders: Building Networks for Third Era Cloud Environments

It’s no secret that network architecture is evolving to address the new needs and requirements of the Third Era of IT. This is happening for a reason. There is a trifecta of events affecting the industry: new requirements, new application architectures and new consumption models.

What all this reveals is that a new IT landscape has arrived – the Third Platform, where applications and service offerings define IT rather than the opposite.

The need of businesses to drive new application development, change, and deployment is changing the consumption models for IT so radically that for the first time the industry is prioritizing consumption of an entire service over individual infrastructure silos. It’s quickly becoming apparent that IT will increasingly be consumed as service offerings whether delivered through private or public cloud providers (SaaS, IaaS and PaaS).

The Changing Nature of the Private Cloud

Cloud enables rapid scaling; both up and down, of compute and storage capacity and facilitates agility for the introduction of new services and applications as well as resource alignment to the changing needs of the business. Public cloud has been the most prevalent adoption model to date, however we see a growing trend where organizations are Continue reading

Plexxi Unveils A New Cloud Builder Software Suite and New Switch 3 (100GbE) Hardware Platform: Simply a Better Solution for Cloud Builders

We said that the next era of IT would shake things up, and it is. And so is Plexxi.

Today, Plexxi announced two new products that combine to deliver cloud builders unprecedented capabilities to bring public cloud flexibility and efficiency to the private cloud through a focus on agility, ease-of-use, security, scale and cost-effectiveness. The first product, Plexxi 2.2 Software Suite for cloud builders, is available immediately and includes the Plexxi Network OS, the Plexxi Control application-defined fabric controller, and Plexxi Connect workflow orchestration and automation tool set. The second product, the Plexxi Switch 3 (available in January) is a powerful next-generation switch capable of delivering 10/25/40/50/100 GbE connectivity. Together, these new products expand Plexxi’s go-to-market opportunities in content distribution, high frequency trading, enterprise and government market segments.

The cloud enables rapid scaling; both up and down, of compute and storage capacity and facilitates speedy introduction of new services and applications. Early adopters have leveraged public cloud to achieve increased agility and scalability. In times when internal IT teams are challenged to respond quickly to requests, business department heads often turn to public cloud providers to implement new services quickly. This offers competitive advantage from a time-to-market perspective. It Continue reading

PlexxiPulse—NHHTC Product of the Year

Last night, Plexxi received the Product of the Year Award from the New Hampshire High Tech Council. More than 200 people, including New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan, were on hand as we received the award for our Switch 2 solution. We’re proud to be recognized by an organization that values the advancement of innovation throughout the state of New Hampshire. Plexxi is committed to growing the local tech economy by producing dynamic solutions and hiring the best talent the state has to offer. Congratulations to all of the finalists and companies that are dedicated to shaping an ecosystem for technology companies to grow and succeed in New Hampshire.


 Pictured Left to Right: Peter Antoinette, co-founder, president and CEO of Nanocomp Technologies, and prior Product of the Year Award winner; Paul Mailhot, VP of Business Operations at Dyn and chairman of the Council’s board of directors; Michael Welts, VP of Marketing at Plexxi; Toral Cowieson, Senior Director of Internet Leadership at the Internet Society and the Council’s vice chair; and Matt Cookson, president of Cookson Strategies and the Council’s Executive Director.

Our CEO Rich Napolitano penned a byline this week in ITProPortal that chronicles the past three “eras” of IT, and Continue reading

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