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EVENT: Scalent Systems to Present at Datacenter Ventures Conference
What:   Scalent Systems, the leading provider of server infrastructure
        repurposing software for large enterprise data centers, today
        announced that CEO Ben Linder will present at this year's
        Datacenter Ventures Conference. Produced by VentureWire, a
        news service covering venture capital and high-tech startups
        that is published by Dow Jones Newswires, Datacenter Ventures
        invites investors, industry analysts and executives to learn
        more about the technologies being developed by today's leading
        startup companies. Datacenter Ventures provides a unique venue
        for entrepreneurs building startups in the storage, security
        and server management industries to meet and build
        relationships with key investors.

Why:    Today's enterprise data centers face escalating costs stemming
        from out-of-control server sprawl, fluctuating server
        utilization and rapidly changing operational demands. These
        challenges result in lower business efficiency, a lack of IT
        agility and reduced bottom-line success. Mr. Linder will
        explain how Scalent has brought instantaneous TCO benefits to
        today's enterprises to help them remain competitive and agile.
        The company is driving the next-generation of datacenter
        virtualization through a completely new approach called server
        infrastructure repurposing. Scalent goes beyond the
        capabilities of traditional server virtualization, which
        typically requires proprietary hardware or is reliant on
        physical network and storage connections, to address real and
        virtual machines, network connectivity and storage access.

When:   Thursday, September 21
        2:15 p.m. & 3:05 p.m.

Where:  The Fairmont Hotel
        San Jose, CA
Published Tuesday, September 19, 2006 3:51 PM by David Marshall
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