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Net Optics President and CEO, Bob Shaw, to Deliver Red Herring Europe Keynote Address Today on Building a Successful Global Tech Company

Shaw Will Share Challenges and Decision-Making Guiding Net Optics' Rise From Silicon Valley Startup to Global Innovator in Application Intelligence, Visibility, and Cloud Strategies

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/24/12 -- Net Optics, the industry's leading provider of intelligent access and monitoring solutions, today announced that its CEO and President, Bob Shaw, will address leading technological innovators at Amsterdam's 2012 Red Herring Europe event. Shaw will join speakers from Cisco Systems, IBM Venture Group, and major European financial analysts on the podium during the three-day event.

Red Herring, a global media trendsetter, will bring together 200 high-technology innovators, venture financiers and executive leaders in a high-intensity colloquium, delivering unique insights on the emerging technologies driving the economy. The Amsterdam event will focus on fast-tracking market innovation and spurring successful entrepreneurship in Europe.

Net Optics expanded from its Santa Clara, California, origins to worldwide market leadership, with offices now spanning Asia, Europe, and Australia. The company's dramatic growth was fueled by insights into advancing technology trends including virtualization, convergence, and the cloud.

The company correlates ongoing product and solution development to meet customer needs for security and availability, as well as scalable easy-to-use NPM and intelligent access solutions that enable total network visibility. Net Optics' breakthrough Phantom™ solutions family addresses cloud and virtual infrastructure needs, while its just-released Spyke family focuses on application intelligence for SMBs/SMEs.

"We are excited to gain an overview of the world's most promising and innovative private technology ventures this year in Amsterdam," said Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring. "We'll be looking at additional criteria of financial performance, quality of management, execution of strategy, and integration into their industry to come up with those companies showing greatest promise."

Industry analysts have consistently recognized Net Optics as one of America's top private companies. Net Optics ranked in Red Herring's 2011 Top 100 North American company list in the Computer/Software/Technology arena, as well as Red Herring's 2011 Global Top 100 company list. Additionally, the company earned 2011 Best of FOSE honors; Inc. Global Top 500/5000 listing; Security Product's Guide's 2011 Best Deployment Scenario in the category of network visibility, and is currently a finalist for Best of Interop 2012.

About Net Optics, Inc.
Net Optics is the leading provider of Intelligent Access and Monitoring Architecture solutions that deliver real-time IT visibility, monitoring and control. As a result, businesses achieve peak performance in network analytics and security. More than 7,500 enterprises, service providers and government organizations -- including 85 percent of the Fortune 100 -- trust Net Optics' comprehensive smart access hardware and software solutions to plan, scale and future-proof their networks through an easy-to-use interface. Net Optics maintains a global presence through leading OEM partner and reseller networks.

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