Press for Yottaa

Yottaa, Inc. ( announced today the general availability of Yottaa Site Speed Optimizer, a web performance optimization cloud service that helps businesses double their website speed in just a few clicks.

Yottaa, Inc. ( announced today that it has been named a finalist for the Web 2.0 Startup Showcase, and that Yottaa CEO Coach Wei and CTO Bob Buffone will address the growing stakes for web performance with two sessions at the Web 2.0 Expo in New York City on October 11 and 12.

We’re gearing up for a very interesting panel discussion next Monday, September 26, in downtown Boston. And the program just got even more interesting.
Xconomy is organizing a venture chat around the theme of “Consumers, the Cloud, and Beyond—New Rules for Innovation,” which will tackle hard questions about what entrepreneurs and investors need to think about in the current era of Internet and cloud startups (and the “consumerization” of enterprise software). The main panel includes Larry Bohn of General Catalyst Partners, Jeff Fagnan of Atlas Venture, and Rich Levandov from Avalon Partners. David Patrick, the CEO of Boston mobile-app firm Apperian, will moderate.

Lean startup, schmean startup. There’s more than one way to build a Web company.
Just ask Coach Wei, the founder and CEO of Yottaa, a two-year-old tech startup in Cambridge, MA. Yottaa (pronounced sort of like the green Jedi master) makes software tools to help business websites run faster, monitor their performance, and generate sales more efficiently—a field known as Web performance optimization. In a previous life, Wei worked at data storage giant EMC (NYSE: EMC) and founded business software firm Nexaweb Technologies. He is a graduate of MIT and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, which foreshadows the approach he is taking with his current startup.