Shenick Announces New CEO and Expands Executive Team
Shenick Network Systems, provider of per-flow IP test and measurement solutions, today announced it has appointed Gerard Moore as Chairman and CEO, and has expanded its executive team to include Ultan Kelly, CTO; Frank Bawle, VP of Engineering and Ameet Dhillon, VP of Marketing and Business Development. Shenick's Silicon Valley office opens its doors officially this month in Milpitas, California where it will service the company's growing TeraVM business. TeraVM is the first fully virtualized network test and measurement solution that emulates application traffic flows up to a Terabit/s using industry standard hardware.
Prior to becoming CEO at Shenick, Gerard Moore was founder and CEO of Spectel, which he grew from 10 to 240 employees, before it was acquired by Avaya in 2004. Moore is also Managing Partner of Sanvest Ventures. In 2008, Moore became an investor in Shenick and joined its board of directors.
“We are on the brink of very significant growth at Shenick. The demand for virtualized test systems is growing alongside the rapidly developing Cloud market. Shenick's new TeraVM, a fully virtualized test solution, is perfectly poised to take advantage of this market. Already TeraVM has been awarded TMCnet's Cloud Computing Excellence award, and is a finalist in Test & Measurement World's Best in Test award,” said Gerard Moore, CEO, Shenick Network Systems. “We are delighted to open the doors of our Silicon Valley office in Milpitas which is perfectly located to service our growing list of network equipment vendors and service providers in the area.”
About Shenick Network Systems
Shenick Network Systems delivers IP test and measurement solutions for today's virtualized and physical network infrastructure. The company's flagship product TeraVM™ is a fully virtualized solution that emulates and measures terabits of stateful application traffic with the ability to easily pinpoint and isolate problem flows. TeraVM supports all major hypervisors and can be deployed on industry-standard hardware offering a uniquely cost effective method to test. Shenick's TeraVM and diversifEye™ solutions help service providers and network equipment manufacturers analyze the performance limitations and capabilities of a wide variety of security and networking devices including VPN/Firewall, vSwitch, DPI or IPS/IDS, vLoad Balancer and video infrastructure. Established in 2000, Shenick has over 150 customers worldwide and is based in Milpitas, California and Dublin Ireland. For more information visit: www.shenick.com or call (650) 288 0511.
TeraVM and diversifEye are registered trademarks of Shenick Network Systems.