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Raptor Networks Technology Notes Issuance of Distributed Core Switching Fabric Patent by USPTO
Tuesday, April 01, 2008
Santa Ana, CA -- Raptor Networks Technology, Inc. (Bulletin Board: RPTN) , provider of the world's first distributed network switching architectures, has been notified by the United States Patent and Trademark Office that its patent covering Switching Systems with Distributed Switch Fabrics has been published and is today effective.
"We are pleased that the first of Raptor's seventeen filed and pending patent applications covering the broad arena of distributed network cores and distributed computational fabrics has now been issued," noted Raptor Networks Technology Chairman and CEO Tom Wittenschlaeger. "As a next-generation architectural solution to the endemic challenges inherent in traditional, centralized network architectures, we believe we are on the path towards solving some of the toughest problems in network transport. These first-mover solution modalities focus on broad geographic connectivity, resiliency in the face of cyber-attack, and inline high speed encryption."
About Raptor Networks Technology, Inc.
Raptor Networks Technology, Inc. has developed the world's first "distributed core" network switching architectures, all open-standards based, that benefit networks that provide newer latency-sensitive services such as video, VOIP, high speed server and storage clustering and the like. This patented Distributed Network Switching Technology enables new network build outs and performance upgrades of traditional chassis-based installations in a highly cost effective manner. Management believes that the unique advantage Raptor provides is speed over distance: data transport at wire speed, in hardware, between spatially separated network elements. Enhanced network reliability, lower power consumption and reduced form factor combine to enable significant savings in both acquisition costs as well as operating expense. Raptor's network switching products engender the feature set and versatility to run the most advanced new data applications.
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Safe Harbor Statement
The statements in this release relating to future product availability, collaboration and partnership, and positive direction are forward-looking statements within the meaning of The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Some or all of the aspects anticipated by these forward-looking statements may not, in fact, occur. Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences include, but are not limited to, contractual difficulties, demand for Raptor Networks' products, the future market price of RPTN common stock and the Company's ability to obtain necessary future financing.
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