Redline Networks

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Redline Networks
Industry Development of Application Front End (AFE) technology.
Fate Acquired
Founded 2000
Founder Israel L'Heureux, Sarah L'Heureux, Chris Peiffer
Defunct 2005 (2005)
Headquarters Campbell, CA., United States

Redline Networks was a US-based company that was acquired by Juniper Networks in 2005 for US$ 132 million in cash and assumed stock options. Founded by Israel L'Heureux, Sarah L'Heureux, and Chris Peiffer in early 2000, Redline Networks designed network solutions that maximized the performance, flexibility and scalability of web-enabled enterprise data centers and public web sites. The company's family of Application Front Ends, deployed within the boundaries of corporate data centers, enabled users to control and customize any web-based environment while reducing infrastructure cost and complexity.[1][2][3]


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  3. ^ "Juniper to Acquire Pribit And Redline". April 2005. Retrieved 2014-06-08.