SILICON VALLEY, Calif.,
July 8, 2013
(NYSE: GIMO), a leader in traffic visibility solutions with the innovative
™ architecture, announced today that it will move its corporate headquarters to 3300 Olcott Street in
Santa Clara, CA
, expanding from approximately 45,000 square feet to 105,000 square feet at the new location. The move is scheduled for Q1 2014.
"This marks another milestone for Gigamon. This new headquarters building will complement our dynamic work environment and provide us with the space we need to continue to develop and expand as a team," said
, CEO of Gigamon. "Gigamon is a global technology company that was founded in the Bay Area. We're excited to expand our investment here where we'll continue to focus on our strong growth and delivering the most innovative solutions to our customers."
The goal of Gigamon's Unified Visibility Fabric architecture is to provide pervasive visibility into traffic flowing across physical, virtual and software-defined networks. As networks increase in size and the amount of information moving across those networks rises -- Gigamon enables companies to secure, manage and monitor the health of critical network infrastructures. 60 of the Fortune 100 companies rely on Gigamon's technology to gain visibility into their networks.
"We continue to expand our team and have been looking for a suitable location which can support that growth," said
, VP of Human Resources at Gigamon. "Our new headquarters, located in the heart of Silicon Valley, will have the space and the state-of-the-art facilities necessary to support our growing organization."
About the Visibility Fabric architecture
At Gigamon we realized that delivering the visibility essential to manage, analyze and secure the complex system that is the IT infrastructure requires a new approach. With millions of traffic flows across thousands of endpoints, visibility needs to be pervasive, intelligent and dynamic. Using our patented, unique technology, we created an innovative new approach for delivering this visibility called the Visibility Fabric architecture. This new approach is intelligent and versatile in its ability to enable visibility into the network. For more information visit