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Infoblox Celebrates Completion of IPO and First Day of Trading on the NYSE

New York, April 20
- Executives and guests of Infoblox rang the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the company’s successful completion of its IPO and first day of NYSE trading on April 20.  Infoblox opened for trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbol “BLOX” after its initial public offering of 7,500,000 shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $16.00 per share.

“The Internet is going through a massive transformation fueled by the billions of smartphones, banks, security systems, and applications requiring high-performance connections to the Internet,” says Robert Thomas, President and CEO of Infoblox. “Infoblox technology manages the always-on, always-available dial tone of the IP network and can foundationally transform the internet’s infrastructure. Today, we have the privilege of joining the growing number of technology industry pioneers listed on the NYSE who are disrupting the industry and paving the way for future innovation.” 

“We congratulate Infoblox on its IPO in the U.S.,” said Scott Cutler, EVP and Co-Head of U.S. Listings and Cash Execution at NYSE Euronext.  “As one of the leading and innovative companies that aim to transform the internet’s infrastructure, Infoblox is a welcome addition to the NYSE’s community of premier technology companies.  We look forward to a successful and lasting partnership with Infoblox and its shareholders.”

NYSE Euronext Photos/ The Opening Bell, Friday, April 20, 2012

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Executives and guests of Infoblox visit the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the company’s successful completion of its IPO and first day of trading on the NYSE.  Robert Thomas, President and CEO of Infoblox, rang the bell, accompanied by CFO Remo Canessa, Founder Stuart Bailey and other board members. Company executives witnessed the first trade and toured the trading floor.

About Infoblox (NYSE: BLOX)

The proliferation of connected devices, the rise of mobile computing, and new cloud-application delivery models bring complexity that many networks can’t support. Next-generation dynamic networks must support constant change within a reliable, resilient and secure environment. Dynamic networks require automated network control.

Infoblox is the market leader in automated network control. Infoblox’s products automate the business-critical network services required to connect networks, applications and people.  The company helps organizations manage constant change and growing complexity.  Please visit:


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