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Force10 Networks Hosts Data Center Virtualization Webinar
Force10 Networks®, the pioneer in building and securing reliable networks, will discuss trends in data center virtualization during a Webinar, scheduled for Wednesday, October 8 at 11 a.m. PDT.

Data center virtualization offers an opportunity for companies to evolve their networks into strategic business assets, based on the use of scalable, high density, high availability technology solutions. The session, lead by Force10 Vice President of Marketing Stephen Garrison and co-hosted by IDC Guest Speaker Cindy Borovick, will provide an overview on trends in data center virtualization, as well as offer guidance into virtualized data centers based on proven concepts, technologies and solutions that have been implemented into best-case network scenarios.

Webinar attendees can look forward to obtaining first-hand knowledge of the trends and challenges associated with virtualization, while gaining insight into how virtualization can be a key driver of network optimization. Participants will also benefit from a thorough examination of the roadblocks to virtualization, along with an overview of recommended solutions designed to resolve common challenges.

To register for the Force10 Trends in Data Center Virtualization Webinar, simply visit: inarOct08. (Due to its length, this URL may need to be copied/pasted into your Internet browser's address field. Remove the extra space if one exists.) The Webinar will be archived and available for replay at:

The Force10 Reliable Networking product portfolio supports advances in reliability, network control and scalability that enable customers to lower their total cost of ownership. By building a flexible network that is ready to support emerging and evolving applications, organizations can optimize their networks for current needs as well as future requirements.

Published Monday, September 29, 2008 6:28 PM by David Marshall
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