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December 22, 2008
BILLERICA, Mass. and HERZLIYA, Israel -- Dec. 22 -- Voltaire Ltd, a leading provider of grid backbone solutions for data centers, has been named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA 2008, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over five years, from 2003--2007. Voltaire's 4,405 percent growth rate during this period resulted in a 19 ranking in the 2008 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA.
"This is the second year in a row that Deloitte has recognized Voltaire as a high growth company," said Ronnie Kenneth, Chairman and CEO, Voltaire. "Our fast and steady growth represents the increasing number of customers who rely on Voltaire switches and software to improve the performance of their applications and increase the efficiency and manageability of their data centers."
"Being one of the 500 fastest growing technology companies in EMEA is an impressive accomplishment. We commend Voltaire for making the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA with a phenomenal 4,405 percent growth rate over five years," said Karel Bakkes, partner in charge of Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 EMEA program.
In addition to ranking on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500, Voltaire placed no 2 on the Israel Technology Fast 50, which is a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology firms in Israel.
Additional information on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program is available at http://www.fast500europe.com/.
Voltaire (NASDAQ: VOLT) designs and develops server and storage switching and software solutions that enable high-performance grid computing within the data center. Voltaire refers to its server and storage switching and software solutions as the Voltaire Grid Backbone. Voltaire's products leverage InfiniBand technology and include director-class switches, multi-service switches, fixed-port configuration switches, Ethernet and Fibre Channel routers and standards-based driver and management software. Voltaire's solutions have been sold to a wide range of end customers including governmental, research and educational organizations, as well as market-leading enterprises in the manufacturing, oil and gas, entertainment, life sciences and financial services industries.
Founded in 1997, Voltaire Ltd. is headquartered in Herzliya, Israel, and has its U.S. headquarters in Billerica, Massachusetts. More information about Voltaire is available at www.voltaire.com or by calling 1-800-865-8247.
Source: Voltaire Ltd
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