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Nevis Networks Wins Investor’s Choice Award at Datacenter Ventures Conference

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – October 11, 2004 – Nevis Networks, Inc., a startup company developing a new class of solutions for enterprise network security, today announced that it has been named an Investor’s Choice award winner by VentureWire at this year’s Datacenter Ventures conference in Redwood City, California. The Datacenter Ventures conference organizes presentations of new technologies and products by dozens of startup companies to executives, venture capitalists, industry analysts and press. VentureWire, which produced Datacenter Ventures, is part of Dow Jones Newswires unit. Dow Jones is the publisher of the Wall Street Journal. The Investors’ Choice award is given to the ten companies presenting at Datacenter Ventures that are judged most likely to succeed. “The Investors’ Choice winners show strong potential to take advantage of emerging opportunities in the enterprise networking market,” said Richard A. Shaffer, Editor-in-Chief, VentureWire. “The conference audience of premier venture capital investors and senior executives recognized the vast problems in enterprise security and acknowledged that Nevis has the right approach to solving them,” said Suresh Nihalani co-founder and CEO of Nevis Networks. “This award places Nevis in an exclusive group of companies with the technology and team to succeed in a very challenging and rapidly evolving market.”

About Nevis Networks
Nevis Networks is headquartered in Santa Clara, California with R&D offices in Pune, India. Nevis is building a new class of enterprise network security systems. The company is backed by New Path Ventures and BlueRun Ventures (formerly Nokia Venture Partners.)