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Forbes Magazine Names Delphix One of America's Top 25 Most Promising Companies of 2014

Delphix Recognized as a High-Growth, Privately Held U.S. Company

MENLO PARK, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/23/14 -- Delphix, the leading provider of agile data delivery solutions, announced that the company has been named to the Forbes' list of America's Most Promising Companies of 2014. The annual list is comprised of 100 privately held companies across all industries, and in the first year that the company had been named to the list, Delphix's strong growth ranked in the top quarter of all companies recognized.

"We've grown quickly over the last four years by helping our customers complete application projects in half the time and at higher quality," said Jedidiah Yueh, Delphix CEO and founder. "In 2014, we will be expanding our Agile Data Platform to address some of the biggest challenges in managing IT infrastructure, like moving mission-critical applications into the cloud."

To compile this list, Forbes seeks out companies whose compelling business models, strong management teams, notable customers, strategic partners and precious investment capital have separated them as fast growing companies with impressive growth prospects. Over the course of six months, Forbes reviewed thousands of applications. Because one metric can never tell the full story, Forbes examined a wide range of variables to choose the young, privately held companies that held the most growth potential. The final assessment was based on growth in both sales and hiring, quality of management team and investors, margins, market size and key partnerships.

This accolade builds on the significant momentum that Delphix has achieved in the market. This past year, sales have increased by over 250%, and hiring has accelerated to help support the additional demand. The company has also been named a Gartner Cool Vendor of 2013, one of TechTarget's Top Ten Virtualization Companies in 2014, one of the DBTA Top 100 Companies that Matter Most in Data, a Red Herring Top 100 Global winner and a winner of the IET Innovation Award. The San Francisco Business Times also named Jedidiah Yueh CEO of the Year in 2013.

To view the complete list of America's Most Promising Companies of 2014, please visit http://onforb.es/1cUXyhd.

About Delphix

Delphix is the market leader in Agile Data, which helps industry leading companies around the world deliver critical application projects on time and on quality. The Delphix Agile Data Platform delivers the right data to the right team at the right time. Today's businesses rely on applications for core processes and to streamline operations. Industry leaders across the Fortune 500 use Delphix to accelerate application projects by 2x, expand into new markets, and respond faster to competition. Delphix is located in Menlo Park, California.

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