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Access top industry spokespeople at IP Expo, 20-21st October 2010- Earls Court 2, London

IP Expo offers access to some of the biggest names in the industry through the keynote programme including Andy Bechtolsheim of Arista Networks, Zane Adams from Microsoft, Michael Capellas from Acadia Enterprises and Xenophin Lategan from Google Enterprise Engineering who will be using his extensive knowledge of global communications systems to predict the future of this technology.  Click to find the full Futures keynote program. 

Registrations are up 104% on this time last year with those who’ve registered choosing virtualisation, cloud computing and storage and security as the technologies they’re most interested in seeing and this is reflected in the big name companies exhibiting at the show but also in this year’s education programme:

  • Fusion-io explains how to slay dragons, rescue princesses and win the day in the server virtualisation theatre 
  • Mimecast’s chief scientist illustrates the myths and realities of cloud computing
  • EDPS Systems delivers a case study on how Estes Express survived a hurricane flood disaster with LTO critical data

Announcements are also expected at the show from exhibitors such as Avaya, Citrix, Microsoft, Mitel and QLogic and the event will also provide an opportunity to meet with and hear the stories of companies that have just been acquired.  

2010 features:

  • VMWare will have a VMWare partner zone filled with 40 organisations that are helping VMware customers achieve their virtualization and cloud infrastructure objectives.
  • Microsoft and Citrix will also be on hand to offer customers the alternative.
  • Azlan will be running the show’s first ever IP lab with video conferencing and voice equipment from two vendors demonstrated live and with a server and network infrastructure set up from which they will demonstrate a network failover
  • The Life Safety feature will demonstrate real life IP based security solutions and will allow security specialists to engage with IT and network professionals for the first time. The feature will include seminars, workshops and product showcases looking at running CCTV on an IP network, saving costs and driving efficiencies and new data storage implications for the network

Click for more information about IP Expo 2010

Published Monday, September 27, 2010 6:46 PM by David Marshall
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