NetQuest Corporation, a leading manufacturer of cyber surveillance solutions, has announced the expansion of their South New Jersey global headquarters, increasing their workspace by 50%.
The expanded space will accommodate new development projects, the rising demand for the existing portfolio of network survey and advanced traffic intercept tools, and a larger lab for product design and testing.
“NetQuest has sustained several years of success in the cyber intelligence market by helping cyber experts detect threats traveling across optical networks,” said Brian Long, COO at NetQuest. “We will dedicate the expanded space to developing new generations of monitoring tools needed to meet critical cyber surveillance challenges.”
Rising sales of NetQuest’s portfolio of innovative optical network access solutions, combined with a fast-growing cyber intelligence market, has enabled the company to achieve record revenues in 2018 and aggressively pursue emerging opportunities.
During 2018, NetQuest has achieved other significant milestones:
- Hired new employees for its hardware and software engineering, system verification, operations and finance teams;
- Increased its support for big data analytics and announced the industry’s first automated mass optical network surveillance solution;
- Added new strategic customers and received significant new contracts in Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions;
- Won Cyber Defense Magazine’s “Hot Company for Threat Intelligence” InfoSec Award.
NetQuest designs, manufactures and markets purpose built optical network monitoring access products to government intelligence agencies and large government system integrators tasked with securing and protecting national defense interests. Founded in 1987 and based in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, NetQuest is an employee owned business. With a 30-year track record of providing cutting edge access monitoring solutions, NetQuest has developed a global customer base, marketing directly and through a network of strategic partners, value-added resellers and representatives.