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cPacket Networks to move headquarters from San Jose to Milpitas

cPacket Networks today announced rapid growth across personnel, products, and revenue, with expectations for continued expansion in the future…

The company, which described itself in a press release as “a leading provider of intelligent observability for hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud networks,” will be setting up its new and expanded corporate headquarters at Milpitas’ McCarthy Ranch. In the meantime, the company has also doubled its existing presence near Portland’s Pearl District.

At both locations, cPacket will bear the capacity to absorb years of expected growth. The sites both boast high-performance labs and collaboration spaces, and the Milpitas location will come complete with an executive briefing center so as to host the company’s customers. 

In a shifting IT landscape, cPackget stands out by providing the most scalable and integrated intelligent observability platform. The company’s workforce is now in growth mode, from sales to marketing to operations and engineering.

Said company CEO Brendan O’Flaherty in the release, “It is a fascinating time as cPacket is growing and expanding to meet the market demand. Our investment in a unique technology architecture which allows for a distributed, scalable, and high-performance traffic analysis optimized for the hybrid environment is what our customers need. We are setting up now for the next stage of the company’s growth.”

cPacket will be moving from their current headquarters in San Jose to the new location at 480 N. McCarthy in Milpitas later this summer.

 

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