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Solarflare Earns ISO 9001/ISO 14001 Certification for Quality and Environmental Management

February 26, 2014

Solarflare, a provider of application-intelligent 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) networking software and hardware, said that it has received certifications for both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 International Standards from the Certification Body of TUV SUD America Inc., having successfully completed audits at its Irvine, California headquarters and Cambridge, UK R&D facility.

In a release, the Company noted:

The certification of these ISO International Standards supports Solarflare's commitment to offering products and services that are safe, reliable and of good quality. Adherence to these global standards improves company performance by reducing costs, minimizing environmental impact, increasing productivity and enhancing customer satisfaction.

Solarflare's pursuit of ISO certification was driven by a desire to confirm its satisfaction of the many requirements of a growing roster of 953 global customers. "With the adoption of Solarflare technology in virtually every corner of the globe, it became paramount for us -- as an international company -- to clearly demonstrate our adherence to industry standards that are recognized on a global basis," said Don Kammer, VP Operations at Solarflare. "Receiving certification for both ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards demonstrates our drive for continual improvement in both product quality and environmental impact."

"This significant achievement parallels our company's emergence as a trusted provider of technology innovation around the world," said Russell Stern, CEO at Solarflare. "We count several world- leading companies among our customers, and it's important for them to know that Solarflare has committed to strict adherence to these business-critical management standards."

Additionally, the ISO International Standards apply to Solarflare's business processes, products and services, including the development of software and hardware essential to secure, monitor and accelerate critical network data.

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