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Brocade Reports Q3 FY 2009 Results

Brocade today reported financial results for its third fiscal quarter, which ended August 1, 2009. Brocade reported Q3 revenues of $493.3 million, reflecting 35 percent year-over-year growth.


SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Brocade today reported financial results for its third fiscal quarter, which ended August 1, 2009. Brocade reported Q3 revenues of $493.3 million, reflecting 35 percent year-over-year growth.

Commenting on Brocade's third quarter financial results, Michael Klayko, Brocade CEO, said: "We are very pleased with our financial performance which delivered a 35 percent year-over-year revenue growth and a healthy sequential increase in gross margins during a seasonally and economically challenging quarter. The traction Brocade has made in both new and existing partnerships, the opportunities we see in our core markets, combined with our continued product and technology innovation all demonstrate that we are executing on our well-defined strategy and make us optimistic for both the near- and long-term future."

Brocade announced that it has expanded its strategic business alliance with Net One Systems, the largest independent network integrator in Japan, to help enable the two companies to better address high-growth, emerging opportunities in the data center and service provider networking segments in Japan, particularly in the areas of virtualization and cloud computing.
     
Brocade announced that the Brocade 4 and 8 Gbps Fibre Channel (FC) host bus adapters (HBAs) have been successfully tested on the HP ProLiant server platform, and the HP StorageWorks Modular Storage Array (MSA) and Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA) disk storage platforms. The new Brocade 8000 Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) switch, which enables the consolidation of storage and IP networking ports at the server edge, will also be offered by HP to its customers.
        
Brocade announced it had completed testing and interoperability qualification of its server connectivity solutions, or HBAs, by all leading storage manufacturers, including HP, EMC, IBM, Hitachi Data Systems, LSI Corporation and Xiotech.
        
Brocade announced a global Alliance Partner Network channel program designed to attract storage and IP networking channel resellers with a more selective, profitable alternative to existing channel programs.
        
Brocade announced two strategic North American distribution partners, Avnet Technology Solutions and Tech Data Corporation, to help expand its existing data center distribution network to enterprise IP networking products via channel reseller partners.
        
Brocade announced a Server Connectivity Certification Program for Assured Compatibility of Brocade HBAs in Multi-Vendor, Heterogeneous Environments.
        

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