Avenda Systems

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Avenda Systems
Type Private
Industry Networking and security products company
Founded Santa Clara, California, USA (2005)
Headquarters Santa Clara, CA
Key people

Krishna Prabhakar, CEO
Santhosh Cheeniyil, VP of Engineering
Ron DiBiase, VP of Sales and Business Development
Trent Fierro, Dir of Marketing

K Prasadrao, General Manager, India Development Center, Bangalore
Website http://www.avendasys.com


Avenda Systems is a Silicon Valley start-up, that develops network access security products with operations in Santa Clara, California, USA and Bangalore, India.[1]

About the Company[edit]

The company was founded in 2006 by Krishna Prabhakar,[2] and Santhosh Cheeniyil and a strong engineering team with an excellent track record in network and security management.[2] Before founding Avenda, both Krishna and Santhosh managed a variety of projects at Cisco Systems for 7 years in the Security Technology Group.

Avenda Systems is also funded by OVP Venture Partners, private investors, United States Department of Defense (DoD), including U.S. Air Force and Missile Defense Agency, and the Department of Homeland Security.[3]

News and Events[edit]

November 17, 2011 - Aruba Networks enters agreement to acquire Avenda Systems [4]

August 16, 2011 - New eTIPS 4.0 release sets the bar for large-scale enterprise deployments. The 5040b appliance is rated at 20,000 simultaneous sessions, according to technical contacts at Avenda. 20k simultaneous sessions in one chassis is largest capacity per box in the industry according to research conducted by integrator Asiemo Consulting.

May 3, 2011 - Avenda joins HP AllianceOne Program, delivers 802.1X enterprise class NAC for HP Networks

March 28, 2011 - Avenda expands with sales offices in Paris, Frankfurt and England

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