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Jeda Networks Showcases Its Software Defined Storage Network™ (SDSN™) In Key Industry Events

Jeda Networks (www.jedanetworks.com) today announced its participation in two key storage conferences that will further raise awareness of its software defined storage network (SDSN) solution and showcase how it will transform the future of storage networks. Recently, Jeda Networks was named one of the “10 Software Defined Networking Startups to Watch” by CIO Magazine.

  • In September, Jeda Networks CEO Stuart Berman will make an appearance at the Storage Developer Conference to be held in Santa Clara, California. Mr. Berman will be talking about “Software-Defined Network Technology and the Future of Storage.” This breakout session will take place Monday, Sept. 16 at 4:35pm PT.
  • In October, Jeda Networks will be at Storage Networking World Fall (SNW Fall) to be held in Long Beach, California. Jeda CEO Stuart Berman will deliver an “Industry Perspective” presentation on SDN technology for storage networks on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 3:00pm PT. In addition, the company will be demonstrating its technology on the expo floor.

Jeda is the first company to take a pure software approach, applying Software Defined Network (SDN) technology, to address current limitations inherent in today’s storage networks. Its Fabric Network Controller (FNC) applies virtualization and abstraction to solve the complexity, cost and scalability issues inherent in today’s storage networks. It significantly changes the adaptability of current storage networks to readily adjust to the exponential growth of applications that the networks support. The FNC was named a ‘hot product’ at Interop in May.

About Jeda Networks

Jeda Networks is transforming the way applications connect with storage in the Cloud era. Jeda Networks created the Software Defined Storage Network to combat complex, costly and inflexible storage networks. Early test and beta shipments are underway with Jeda Networks customers and partners.

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