ARCADIA, Calif.--()--Myricom, the technology leader in extreme-performance 10-Gigabit Ethernet solutions, today announced its Board of Directors has named Nanette (Nan) Boden as President and Chief Executive Officer.
“Nan is a proven executive with an impressive track record of contributing to Myricom’s early success in High Performance Computing solutions, and taking the technology and company to the next level”
“Nan is a proven executive with an impressive track record of contributing to Myricom’s early success in High Performance Computing solutions, and taking the technology and company to the next level,” said Robert Henigson, Chairman of the Board of Directors. “This step provides the leadership depth and strength we will need for the next phase of growth. Nan’s executive management skills will be a great complement to the vision and passion for technology and products that run throughout the company.”
Since helping found Myricom in 1994, Nan Boden has participated in nearly every aspect of Myricom’s operations. She was named Executive Vice President in 1999, CFO in 2001, and CEO in 2010. Nan has been a member of Myricom's Board of Directors since 2001. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and her B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Alabama.
“Myricom has a sound and growing customer base, a strong product and technology portfolio, and an excellent reputation for technology innovation,” said Dr. Boden. “I am excited about our future opportunities and I look forward to working closely with the entire Myricom team to reach our goals.”
About Myricom: Founded in 1994 as a Caltech spin-off, Myricom is the technology leader in extreme-performance 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) solutions specialized for vertical markets. Myricom first pioneered High Performance Computing (HPC) interconnect technology that helped fuel the growth of cluster computing. Now, with its fourth generation of networking products, Myri-10G, Myricom has achieved convergence between mainstream 10-Gigabit Ethernet and HPC technology, 10-Gigabit Ethernet with a supercomputing heritage. The majority of Myricom’s sales today are for 10-Gigabit Ethernet applications with demanding latency or throughput requirements. Myri-10G delivers wire-speed UDP and TCP throughput, with optional firmware-accelerated offloads for financial trading, packet capture, video streaming and IPTV, HPC, and for other performance-sensitive vertical markets.
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