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Plexxi Pulse – This Week at VMworld

Another fun and informative week at VMworld has come to an end. By all reports, the conference was a huge success. If you’ve been keeping up with us on Twitter, you’ll know that we were busy staffing our “conversations” booth and we handed out enough #SocksofPlexxi to outfit an army. We also got a lot of work done, demoing our new big data fabric and datacenter transport fabric. Below is a Storify thread recapping the week– enjoy! vmworld This week we have two videos of the week, brought to you by our very own Dan Backman right from the VMworld conference floor. In the first video, Dan explains how you can use Plexxi to grow your big data network. In the second, Dan speaks with VMworld conference attendees to get their perspective on how their companies are preparing for big data. More Q&A style videos from VMworld can be found on PlexxiTube here.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j__Tu37J5vM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fzaWbdoz34

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Visionary solutions are built by visionary leaders. Plexxi co-founder and Vice President of Product Management Mat Mathews has spent 20 years in the networking industry observing, experimenting and ultimately honing his technology vision. The resulting product — a combination of traditional networking, software-defined networking and photonic switching — represents the best of Mat's career experiences. Prior to Plexxi, Mat held VP of Product Management roles at Arbor Networks and Crossbeam Systems. Mat began his career as a software engineer for Wellfleet Communications, building high speed Frame Relay Switches for the carrier market. Mat holds a Bachelors of Science in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.