Calleva Networks announces winner of iPhone 6 from IP EXPO Europe

iphone-winner-pic-600wAs part of Calleva Networks’ exhibition at IP EXPO Europe this year, we held a competition to win an iPhone 6, sponsored by Nutanix. Calleva Networks is proud to announce the winner as Jorge Grifo from United Utilities. Paul Roberts, MD of Calleva Networks is pictured above presenting Jorge with the iPhone.

Paul said, “We had a great response to our first exhibition at IP EXPO, the iPhone draw attracted a lot of attention and enabled us to engage in many useful conversations. We had interest in all of the solutions we were promoting and have identified several opportunities”.

Calleva Networks promoted four solutions at IP EXPO Europe:


Infoblox delivers essential technology to enable customers to manage, control and optimise DNS, DHCP & IPAM (DDI). Infoblox’s patented grid technology helps businesses automate complex network control functions to reduce costs and increase security and uptime, building bulletproof, scalable and efficient networks.


Aerohive’s award-winning technology brings together all of the enterprise-class features, as well as the management, mobility, and security needed by organisations of all sizes today. Aerohive’s cloud-enabled, distributed Wi-Fi and routing solutions deliver the functionality and performance required in the enterprise – without the cost and complexity of a controller-based solution.


The Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform is a converged infrastructure solution that consolidates the compute (server) tier and the storage tier into a single, integrated appliance. This data centre building block can then be stacked a single node at a time offering linear and seamless scale-out for pay-as-you-grow flexibility.

Silver Peak

Silver Peak software generates the Unity fabric, a network overlay that accelerates connectivity to any combination of enterprise services, IaaS resources and SaaS apps. The Unity fabric communicates with Silver Peak’s Cloud Intelligence service, which aggregates constantly changing data about cloud providers and Internet weather. Unity uses this data, along with calculations from each software instance, to dynamically route traffic to the cloud over the optimal path.


About Paul Roberts

Paul has spent his entire career within the IT industry and since 1997 has been deploying DNS, DHCP and IPAM solutions globally. Paul is a regular guest speaker at exhibitions and seminars.

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