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NetQOS Hires New VP

LONDON -- NetQoS Inc. has hired Gordon Daugherty to
fill the newly created position of vice president of corporate development
and strategy. In this role, he will lead the company's strategic planning
processes and oversee corporate development initiatives such as market
expansion opportunities, investments, and acquisitions.

"NetQoS has been the fastest growing company in the network performance
management space for several years, and as the company evolves, Gordon has
the right combination of experience and knowledge to help us strengthen our
position as the leader in this industry," said Joel Trammell, NetQoS CEO.
"For example, Gordon is helping us analyze the European market to package
our network performance management products and services in new ways that
will further our growth there."

"NetQoS is a great success story, and I look forward to using my experience
and skills to help the company continue to grow, whether that means opening
up new markets, planning for additional products and services, or analyzing
acquisition opportunities," said Daugherty.

Prior to joining NetQoS, Daugherty served as chief marketing officer for
Britestream Networks, a provider of network security solutions, and
president of the Americas for VCON, an Israeli-based supplier of
videoconferencing technology.

Since starting his career at IBM, Daugherty has held middle management and
executive-level positions in a variety of functional disciplines, including
sales, marketing, product management, and business development. While at
Compaq, he led the North American product marketing efforts for the $1.4
billion networking, software and server options segment. At VCON, Daugherty
grew Americas revenue 340 percent in three years, enabling the company to
reach $36 million and execute a successful IPO along the way.

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