Sensory Networks Invited as a Feature Company at Next Generation Semiconductor Summit 2005

Dec 15, 2004, 00:00 ET from Sensory Networks

    PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Sensory Networks, the leading
 developer of hardware acceleration technology for network security
 applications, today announced company founder and CEO, Mr. Matt Barrie has
 accepted an invitation to address the 2005 Next Generation Semiconductor
 Summit organized by The Deutsche Bank Technology Group.
     This conference will host the leading privately held technology companies
 that are driving the next generation of Semiconductor development using
 advanced processor and integrated circuit technologies. The summit will cover
 the following sectors:
     -- Consumer Semiconductors
     -- Analog / Mixed-Signal
     -- Communications ICs
     -- Security ICs
     -- Wireless & RFID
     -- Semiconductor Capital Equipment
     -- Nanotechnology
     Presenting companies include:  Alien Technology, AuthenTec, Aviza, CoWare,
 eSilicon, Matrix Semiconductor, Molecular Imprints, NuCORE, SemEquip,
 Techwell, Tensilica, ViXS and Wintegra.
     "I am honored to speak at this landmark event. Over the last few years,
 Sensory Networks has invested heavily in groundbreaking research and
 development, and are proud to share our insight with fellow semiconductor
 innovators," said Mr. Barrie.
     The conference will be on February 3, 2005 at The Westin, Santa Clara -
 California. For more information, go to
     About Sensory Networks:
     Sensory Networks is a leading provider of higher performance, more
 accurate, deeper coverage network security technology. Sensory Networks is an
 OEM licensing company producing a range of platforms and accelerators for
 Antivirus, Antispam, Content Filtering, Firewall and Intrusion Detection
 Systems, based on the company's patent pending NodalCore(R) Security Processor
 technology. Sensory Networks is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, has
 European offices in Notting Hill, London and performs research and development
 through its facilities in Sydney, Australia.

SOURCE Sensory Networks