Berkeley Networks

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Berkeley Networks was a leading startup company that built intelligent switches targeted for the enterprise computer networking market segment.

The Company was established in 1996. The name of the company comes from the school; University of California Berkeley. The founder and CEO, Dr. Ravi Sethi, received his Ph.D. and MBA from the University of California, Berkeley.

Berkeley Networks was acquired by Pittsburgh-based FORE Systems for US$250 million, and then which later was acquired by London based GEC (now Marconi Corporation plc) for £2.8 Billion.

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