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Infoblox Appoints David Gee as Executive Vice President of Marketing

Infoblox Inc. today announced David Gee has joined Infoblox as the Executive Vice President of Marketing. He will be responsible for all Corporate and Product Marketing functions and report to Infoblox CEO and President Robert Thomas.

“David is joining Infoblox at an important time; his experience will be instrumental in positioning Infoblox as the leader in automated network control. His passion for enterprise technology and his proven ability to make even the most complex technology simple will be key to supporting the Company’s overall strategic direction and growth,” says Robert Thomas, CEO and President at Infoblox.

Gee brings to Infoblox over 20 years of experience marketing innovative products, solutions and services to the enterprise computing and mobile markets. Most recently, Gee spent 9 years running global marketing teams at Hewlett Packard (HP). At HP, Gee served as Vice President of Marketing across multiple businesses and was instrumental in a number of strategic initiatives, including the development and growth of the company’s enterprise software business and the acquisition of EDS in 2008. Prior to HP, Gee held senior marketing positions at Yahoo! Inc., Sun Microsystems and IBM Corporation.

Gee holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, from Lancaster University in England and a Masters in Business Administration from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.

About Infoblox

Infoblox is a global leader in automated IT network control solutions. The Company’s purpose-built physical and virtual appliance platforms combine real-time IP address management (IPAM) with network control, configuration and change capabilities. The solutions help Infoblox’s more than 5,400 end customers achieve more dynamic and reliable networks, efficient operations and increased value from their virtualization and cloud computing initiatives. Headquarters are in Santa Clara, Calif. with additional operations in 30 countries.

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