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ACM Queue
ACM Queue is a monthly magazine written by practitioners for practitioners. Deviating from the solutions-oriented approach of covering emerging technologies, its editorial content instead focuses on the problems and their impact on the IT environment. Queue's readers rely on Queue for its insightful and useful commentary each month on the technology matters that affect them, both today and in the future.

Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall Professional
Addison-Wesley and Prentice Hall Professional are the leading publishers of advanced technology books written by the most talented technologists, often the inventors of new technologies. Addison-Wesley and Prentice Hall Professional are publishers of the best-known classics, including The UNIX System Administration Handbook by Nemeth, Hein, Seebass, and Snyder, Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment 2ed by W. Richard Stevens and Stephen Rago, AW/PHP is also publisher of The Bruce Perens' Open Source Series, a leading source for books on Linux and Open Source technologies. True to the spirit of Open Source, each book in the Series is published under the Open Publication License (OPL) and the Prentice Hall Open Source Software Development Series.

Advanced Computer & Network Corporation  Booth 500
AC&NC designs, manufactures and markets high-performance, competitively priced data storage JetStor RAID systems. With an extensive line of storage solutions for any computing platform and operating system, comprehensive free technical support, and fast on-time product deliveries, AC&NC brings freedom of choice to all clients, from workgroups to enterprise.

Stop by our booth for demonstration of the latest in 4Gb-SATA II JetStor RAID arrays as well as new SAN, iSCSI and NAS products.

agámi Systems  Booth 408
agámi Systems is the leading provider of enterprise network storage systems with integrated live file system replication. The agámi Information Server (AIS) delivers breakthrough performance and unprecedented cost savings for geographically distributed business-critical applications. To find out more about agámi Systems, visit

Apress® is a publishing company established by computer professionals, programmers, and enthusiasts just like you. Apress books are tools that will help you learn new subjects, solve problems effectively, and save time. Practical, instructional, and thought-provoking, Apress books offer the highest quality content, distinctively written with The Expert's Voice™.

Atempo  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Atempo is a leading provider of cross-platform data protection and archiving solutions for the global enterprise. Atempo enables customers to meet critical business requirements from the desktop to the enterprise with innovative, award-winning products that encompass data recovery management, storage security, continuous data protection (CDP), non-repudiated long-term archiving and regulatory compliance.

Avocent  Booth 203
Avocent® is a leading global provider of IT infrastructure management solutions for enterprise data centers, small/medium businesses, and branch offices. Branded products include local and remote switching, serial connectivity, digital extension, embedded, wireless, mobile and video display solutions. Visit for more details.

Bakbone Software  Booth 301
BakBone Software,, is a leading international data protection solution provider that develops and distributes heterogeneous data backup, restore, disaster recovery, replication and storage reporting software for network storage and open-systems environments. BakBone delivers scalable solutions that address the complex demands of large enterprise environments, as well as small- to medium-sized businesses.

Barracuda Networks  Booth 210
Barracuda Networks, Inc., provides powerful, easy-to-use and affordable enterprise-class application security appliances for comprehensive email, Internet and IM protection. These plug-and-play hardware solutions, the Barracuda Spam Firewall, Barracuda Web Filter and Barracuda IM Firewall, are built for businesses of all sizes and protect over 35,000 customers worldwide.

Berkeley Communications  Booths 205, 207
Berkeley Communications is a leading enterprise storage integrator. Our expert team consists of experienced pre-sales engineers, a proven support department and a fully staffed integration lab. We offer a complete line of professional services for all storage environments including design, implementation and consulting. Contact our sales team at: 888-812-9040 _ _

BlueArc Corporation  Booth 400
BlueArc is the world leader in network storage innovation. BlueArc's Titan storage system family delivers unparalleled performance, scalability and simplicity, enabling customers to accelerate their digital world. Utilizing a unique patented architecture, Titan customers can achieve tasks impossible with alternative systems, implementing tomorrow's solutions today. More information on BlueArc is available on the Internet at or call 1 866-864-1040.

*BSD Projects  Booth 402
BSD is a family of Open Source operating systems based on Berkeley Unix and available under the commercial-friendly BSD license. The BSD booth will have representatives from the FreeBSD, NetBSD, and OpenBSD projects, the FreeBSD and NetBSD Foundations, and BSD Certification Group Inc.

Cambridge Computer Services, Inc.  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Cambridge Computer is a national integrator specializing in data storage and data protection solutions. We are now celebrating our 16th successful year in business. We provide comprehensive solutions drawing on best-of-breed hardware and software from multiple manufacturers. Our professional services include consulting, integration, project management, and knowledge transfer.

Our technical expertise is known throughout the storage industry. Our clients include leading corporations, major financial institutions, top universities, the most vital of government facilities, as well as small to medium size businesses.

Carlo Gavazzi Computing Solutions  Booth 501
Carlo Gavazzi Computing Solutions, Inc. designs and manufactures serial I/O, console management software, and system expansion products. Our high performance I/O and system expansion products are based upon PCI and PCI Express technologies. The company provides innovative engineering, high quality dependable products, and best-in-class support.

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Centrify  Booth 211
Centrify DirectControl delivers secure access control and centralized identity management by seamlessly integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, databases, J2EE and web platforms with Microsoft Active Directory. With DirectControl, organizations can improve IT efficiency, better comply with regulatory requirements, and move toward a more secure, connected infrastructure for their heterogeneous computing environment.

Compellent  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Compellent delivers affordable, modular storage area networks (SANs) that provide enterprise storage capabilities without big system costs or complexities. Compellent's solutions enable businesses to reduce storage costs by up to 74%, cut administration time in half, recover from data hazards within minutes and manage growing storage needs without adding staff.

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Data Domain  Booth 507
Data Domain is the leading provider of Enterprise Protection Storage systems for disk backup and network-based disaster recovery. Over 550 companies worldwide use Data Domain's award-winning solutions to reduce backup costs and simplify data recovery. To find out more about Data Domain, visit or e-mail

Dr. Dobb's Journal
The award-winning Dr. Dobb's Journal (DDJ) is the most trusted magazine published for Software Development Managers, Architects and Developers. DDJ presents in-depth articles that span the entire software development lifecycle, including software architecture, project management and the latest techniques in software development—and picks up where DDJ leaves off. Visit today!

EAGLE Software, Inc.  Booths 200, 202
Since 1981, EAGLE has provided high quality backup and storage products and services to our clients. EAGLE specializes in providing total backup and storage solutions: hardware, software, services and support. Our goal is to provide an umbrella of solutions and services to cover the storage needs of our clients. We work with datacenters of all sizes, from several hundred gigabytes to hundreds of terabytes. We also provide a range of services, from tuning existing storage solutions, to implementing a new solution from the ground up. Hundreds of satisfied customers agree that offer superior solutions and excellent service.

e-DMZ Security  Booth 600
e-DMZ Security provides compliance-driven security solutions. Our Password Auto Repository (PAR) provides management, release/change control and audit for ROOT an other shared privileged passwords meeting growing compliance requirements. eGuardPost is a solution for secure remote administrator and remote vendor access including full session recording with VCR-like session playback!

Free Software Foundation  Booth 605
The Free Software Foundation (FSF), established in 1985, is dedicated to promoting computer users' rights to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer programs. The FSF promotes the development and use of free software, particularly the GNU operating system, used widely in its GNU/Linux variant.

Free Software Magazine
Free Software Magazine is a new magazine entirely dedicated to free software. It contains quality articles relating to both technical and non-technical issues. FSM's authors keep regular, well-regarded blogs about the free software world. All published material is released under a free license after publication. Visit Free Software Magazine now!

Google  Booth 101
Google's innovative search technologies connect millions of people around the world with information every day. Founded in 1998 by Stanford Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google today is a top web property in all major global markets. Google's targeted advertising program provides businesses of all sizes with measurable results, while enhancing the overall web experience for users. Google is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit

USENIX has partnered with GRIDtoday, The Leading Source for Global News, Information, and Events on Grid and Service-Oriented IT, to offer all USENIX members a complimentary 1-year subscription to GRIDtoday. To take advantage of this special offer, go to

GroundWork Open Source Solutions, Inc.  Booth 201
GroundWork Open Source integrates, enhances and develops leading open source software to deliver comprehensive IT operations management solutions. With GroundWork solutions, enterprises leverage the flexibility and low cost of open source tools to achieve enterprise-level availability, performance and operational efficiency at a fraction of the cost of traditional software.

Help Net Security
Help Net Security (HNS) is an online web site that covers all the major information security happenings. HNS has been online since 1998 and caters various levels of IT/IS professionals. Help Net Security, along with a weekly HNS Newsletter is published by HNS Consulting Ltd.

USENIX has partnered with HPCwire, The Leading Source for Global News, Information, and Events on High Performance Computing, to offer all USENIX members a complimentary 1-year subscription to HPCwire. To take advantage of this special offer, go to

Hyperic, Inc.  Booth 508
Hyperic makes Hyperic HQ, The Open Source IT Management Platform. Hyperic is the only open source IT management solution that provides "mix and match" stack management by discovering, monitoring, analyzing and controlling all open source and commercial enterprise IT assets from a unified Web interface. With the industry's fastest time-to-deployment, and extensible management, Hyperic's HQ Management Platform has been adopted by enterprises of all sizes, including Hi5 Networks, Ogilvy & Mather,, and more. Founded in 2004 and headquartered in San Francisco, California, Hyperic is a private company funded by Benchmark Capital and Accel Partners.

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IBM Systems Magazine
IBM Systems Magazine publishes three editions for users of IBM technology: Open Systems, Mainframe and i5 Business Systems editions. Each edition features recent announcements, in-depth features, Tips and Techniques, Product News, Case Studies, code and more.

Go to to sign up for a FREE subscription* to any of the above publications.

*Free to qualified users in U.S and Canada

IDG World Expo
IDG World Expo ( produces technology-focused tradeshows, conferences and events for professionals seeking world-class education, peer-to-peer networking and one-stop comparison shopping. IDG World Expo's portfolio of conferences and events includes Macworld Conference & Expo®, LinuxWorld Conference & Expo®, LinuxWorld® OpenSolutions Summit™, Wireless Sensing Solutions®, Syndicate™, SaaScon™, GridWorld™, OSBC®, Digital ID World®, RoboBusiness and RoboNexus. IDG World Expo is a business unit of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research and event company.

Idokorro Mobile Inc.  Booth 403
Idokorro is now the leader in providing mobile access solutions. Idokorro's products allow users to monitor, maintain, and manage their networks, computers, and other network devices from practically anywhere—streamlining operations, decreasing costly network down-time, and accelerating service responses. The company is self-financed and serves a global customer base of over 2000 corporations.

IEEE Security & Privacy
Security & Privacy magazine, published by the IEEE Computer Society, addresses a broad range of topics related to securing information and computing resources. Its primary goal is to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Published six times a year, the magazine provides a combination of research articles, case studies, tutorials, and regular departments and columnists for the information security industry. For more information, please go to The IEEE Computer Society is part of IEEE, the largest technical professional organization in the world with 385,000 members.

(IN)SECURE Magazine
(IN)SECURE Magazine is a free digital magazine published in a PDF format. It features articles written by some of the most prominent security experts. The magazine is released on a bi-monthly basis and averages 20,000 readers per issue. (IN)SECURE Magazine is published by HNS Consulting Ltd.

Integrien Corp.  Booth 105
Integrien™ Corporation is the leading provider of integrity management solutions. Integrien's software allows enterprise IT organizations to predict, prevent and heal problems in technology-based business systems. As a result, Integrien customers experience higher-quality business operations.

Integrien Alive™ holistically maps the end-to-end health of mission critical business transactions through complex IT ecosystems. Alive warns of looming system constraints before they threaten business performance; when problems occur, root cause analysis quickly returns systems to full operating integrity.

ITtoolbox is an online community, enabling peers to share professional knowledge about information technology. Since 1998, ITtoolbox has helped professionals make IT decisions and stay current in the rapidly changing IT market through peer collaboration. The ITtoolbox platform incorporates a professional network, blogs, discussion groups and a wiki, facilitating targeted community interaction in which IT advertisers can participate through a proprietary contextual matching system. This combination of community and advertising value has made ITtoolbox a leading destination for professionals and a leader in online advertising, performing for more than 500 clients, including Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Dell and HP.

Lantronix  Booth 103
Lantronix specializes in networking solutions that enable OEMs and end users easily and affordably add Ethernet and wireless 802.11 networking to virtually any type of electronic product. Also a leader in IT management, our products enable users to securely and remotely manage data center equipment, even if networks are down.

The League of Professional System Administrators (LOPSA)  Booth 406
The League of Professional System Administrators (LOPSA) is an independent association founded to advance the practice of system administration; to support, recognize, educate, and encourage its practitioners; and to serve the public through education and outreach on system administration issues. Visit us at LISA or at

Linux Journal
Linux Journal, established in 1994, is the original publication of the global Linux community, covering topics critical to intelligent implementation of the Linux operating system. Subscribe today,

Linux Pro Magazine
In Linux Pro Magazine, you'll find the tools, tutorials, reviews, and concrete technical discussions you'll need to unlock the secrets of Linux—and not just from the server side. Linux Pro Magazine brings you solutions for real users with Linux on real desktops.

Each issue comes with a full Linux distribution or other valuable software collection on a bonus DVD. Our DVDs include full versions of major distributions such as Suse, Mandriva, Fedora, Ubuntu, and Debian.

Manage Operations f/t/a Ki NETWORKS  Booth 602
Manage Operations products deliver encrypted remote access and control, Intelligent automation, data logging, console server management, log file monitoring, threat detection, application/resource availability monitoring, remote power control, and event notification/management application via a single, vendor agnostic and neutral GUI and command line interface.

Manning Publications
Manning is dedicated to publishing quality computer titles for IT professionals, and is also a pioneer in electronic publishing. Manning's Early Access Program (MEAP) was the first to offer readers the opportunity to download new content and interact with authors months before publication. With bestselling titles like Ajax in Action, Ruby for Rails and its most recent release, Minimal Perl, Manning consistently works only with the most expert authors who often are also the very creators of the technologies they are writing about.

Microsoft Research
The Systems Management Research Group at MSR was established in March 2004. Our mission is to develop principles and techniques that help dealing with machine complexity through problem decomposition and statistical analysis, and by building tools and infrastructure that serve as building blocks for systems management. We are attacking some of the toughest configuration and security management problems with a unified approach to reduce Total Cost of Ownership for today's PC users and to guide the manageability design of future operating systems. For more information, please go to

moka5  Booth 109
Founded in 2005 and headquartered in Redwood City, California, moka5 develops and markets virtual computer technology for the real world. With its patented technology, moka5 provides an engine for development and broad distribution of virtual computers, called LivePCs. For more information, visit

MRV  Booth 113
MRV provides a completely integrated, secure, end-to-end solution from optical transport, ethernet aggregation and remote presence management to network management. MRV also provides a solution using FSO technology, a full solution of WDM technology and a unique network management system that allows in-band and out-of-band control over network elements, right down to the power strips.

Net Optics  Booth 212
Net Optics is the leader in passive network access for security and management applications throughout the world. The latest intrusion detection and prevention systems, protocol analyzers, and network probes rely on our innovative products for secure access to network traffic. Our breakthrough technology provides complete visibility without disturbing network traffic.

Neterion, Inc.  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Founded in 2001, Neterion Inc. has locations in Cupertino, California and Ottawa, Canada. Neterion delivers 10 Gigabit Ethernet hardware & software solutions that solve customers' high-end networking problems. The Xframe®line of products is based on Neterion-developed technologies that deliver new levels of performance, availability and reliability in the datacenter. Xframe, Xframe II and Xframe E include full IPv4 and IPv6 support, and comprehensive stateless offloads that preserve the integrity of current TCP/IP implementations without "breaking the stack." Xframe drivers are available for all major Operating Systems, including Microsoft Windows, Linux, Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX, IBM's AIX, Sun's Solaris and SGI's Irix. Formerly known as S2io, the company changed its name to Neterion in January 2005.

Further information on the company can be found at

Nexsan  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Nexsan, the leader in innovative, secure storage solutions, delivers award-winning storage systems that provide correct-cost pricing without sacrificing features and performance. With a broad range of solutions offering unprecedented ease of use and reliability, Nexsan is the storage and data protection choice of Fortune Global 500 companies, governmental agencies, and IT managers worldwide.

No Starch Press  Booth 405
Founded in 1994, No Starch Press is one of the few remaining independent computer book publishers. We publish the finest in geek entertainment-unique books on technology, with a focus on Open Source, security, hacking, programming, and alternative operating systems. Our titles have personality, our authors are passionate, and our books tackle topics that people care about. See for more information and our complete online catalog.

OSTG is the leading network of technology sites for today's IT managers and development professionals and provides a unique combination of news, original articles, downloadable resources, and community forums to help IT buyers, influencers and users make critical decisions about information technology products and services.

Padova Technologies  Booth 506
Padova Technologies provides high performance enterprise computing and storage systems. Located in the Mid-Atlantic area, Padova is positioned to provide unparalleled service and support. Padova offers Supermicro rackmount servers and Infortrend storage solutions. Product offerings include eight processors in a single server and 18TB in a 4U RAID.

PlateSpin  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
PlateSpin provides the most advanced data center automation software designed to optimize the use of server resources across the enterprise to improve business service levels and lower costs. PlateSpin technology liberates software from hardware platforms allowing servers to be streamed over the enterprise network from any source to any destination, ensuring best fit between server resource supply and application workload demands.

PostgreSQL  Booth 113
With more than 17 years of development by hundreds of the world's most generous and brilliant minds from the open source community, PostgreSQL is the world's most advanced open source database. PostgreSQL is being used by many of today's most demanding businesses and government agencies.

QLogic  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Since 1993, over 60 million QLogic products have shipped inside servers, workstations, RAID subsystems, tape libraries, disk and tape drives. Powering solutions from leading companies, QLogic's broad line of controller chips, host bus adapters, network switches and management software move data from storage devices through the network fabric to servers.

Qualstar  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Qualstar's new XLS Enterprise Tape Library System expands from 140 Terabytes to over 2 Petabytes. These libraries deliver very high density and cost-effective archiving and data protection solutions. Qualstar also manufactures rack mount and free-standing libraries spanning capacities from 1 TB to over 340 TB supporting LTO, AIT and SAIT formats.

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Rackspace Managed Hosting  Booth 102
A touted leader in the global managed hosting industry, Rackspace Managed Hosting is a world-class service organization that delivers enterprise-level web infrastructure and managed services to businesses of all kinds and sizes.

Serving more than 12,000 customers across seven data centers worldwide, Rackspace integrates the best technologies with Fanatical Support™, its highly awarded, customer-centric approach to customer service. By focusing upon the needs and goals of its customers, Rackspace builds true partnerships with its customers, becoming an extension of their IT departments.

For more information, please visit, or call 800-961-2888. For career opportunities, visit

Raritan, Inc.  Booth 206
An industry pioneer, Raritan was established in 1985 and is a leading supplier of IT infrastructure management solutions for secure access, monitoring and management of servers and other IT devices in data centers and remote offices. From the small business to the enterprise, Raritan's compatible and scalable KVM and remote connectivity products offer IT professionals the most reliable, flexible and secure solutions to manage data center equipment.

Raritan's KVM technology enables businesses to access, control, and manage computers, servers, and other devices from anywhere and at any time.

Reiters Bookstore  Booths 106, 108
Reiter's Scientific & Professional Books has been a Washington, D.C. institution since 1936. We are a major resource for titles on computer science, math, engineering, and other scientific and professional topics. Our store is located in downtown Washington DC. We are a woman owned and 100% independent small business.

Route 1  Booth 509
Route1 is a trusted provider of security and identity management network solutions that are redefining today's workplace. At the heart of Route1’s solutions is MobiNET, a communications and service delivery platform focused on identity management and entitlement-based access to resources. Leveraging the power of MobiNET is MobiKEY, an ultra-portable computing device that connects users to their desktop data, applications and network resources from any Internet-enabled Windows-based PC. Route1’s patent-pending solutions meet the stringent security needs and high standards mandated by all levels of government, and have been FIPS 140-2 validated, certified by the CSE, and evaluated by ICSA Labs. As a Company with high regard for intellectual property, Route1 continues to encourage and nurture innovation across its talented team. Headquartered in Toronto, Route1 is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (symbol: ROI) and has offices and agents in New York, California, Florida, the UK, Germany, and Latin America. For more information, visit

SCALE  Booth 606
SCALE, the premier Open Source Software venue in Southern California, brings together businesses, users and the Linux community like no other event. Educational sessions by industry leaders for all levels are set against a backdrop of booths and demonstrations of Linux in action by commercial and non-profit sponsors.

Server Technology, Inc.  Booth 100
Server Technology, Inc. designs and manufactures products to reduce downtime and improve data center power management. Products include intelligent Cabinet Power Distribution Units (CDU's), that provide power management via IP, branch circuit protection, input current power monitoring, environmental monitoring and serial console port access.

Silicon Mechanics  Booth 409
Silicon Mechanics is a leading manufacturer of rack-optimized servers and storage solutions with one of the most comprehensive product offerings available. We focus on the needs of customers deploying large, rack-optimized server installations, and take into consideration density, power, thermal efficiency, performance, and reliability to create the best fit for each customer.

SNIA  Booth 208
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) is a vendor-neutral trade organization that works in conjunction with its members around the globe to make storage networking technologies understandable, simpler to implement, easier to manage, and recognized as valued asset to business. The SNIA is dedicated to:

  • Driving future storage industry standards
  • Providing thought leadership and best practices
  • Developing comprehensive educational offerings throughout the world

Splunk  Booth 300
Splunk is the search engine for IT data. It's software that indexes and enables you to search your logs and IT data from any application, server or device in real-time. You can figure out what's happening across your infrastructure and achieve extreme availability, meet compliance requirements and slash operations costs.  Booth 603 is a university-based initiative addressing the educational needs of data storage technology professionals. Funded by corporate gifts and private philanthropy, is privileged to have the support of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA); Hewlett-Packard; McDATA; Computer Associates; Symantec; EMC Corporation; Trainer Communications; Servergraph; NeoPath Networks; Diogenes Analytical Laboratories; FalconStor Software; Abtech Systems; Storage Magazine; InfoStor; and Byte and Switch. Learn more online at

Sys Admin
Sys Admin satisfies the technical needs of UNIX systems administrators working in heterogeneous computing environments. Coverage spans a wide range of technical topics crucial to systems administration in the enterprise: security, storage, disaster recovery, db administration, networks, and web servers. Articles provide practical, in-depth coverage of the administration of all major UNIX flavors including Sun, Linux, IBM AIX, HP-UX, Compaq Tru64, SGI Irix, and BSD, within environments of all sizes.

Tandberg Data Corporation  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Tandberg Data is a leading global supplier and manufacturer of professional information storage solutions. Tandberg Data offers of a complete range of tape libraries, tape autoloaders and tape drives, storage software, data media and disk-based storage solutions. Founded in 1933 Tandberg Data has been an innovator in the storage industry for over 25 years, and has partnerships with the world's leading system and application-based OEMs. Tandberg markets its products through a worldwide channel sales network and is a publicly held company traded on the Oslo Stock Exchange (ticker=TAD) with its corporate offices in Oslo, Norway. Tandberg Data recently announced the RDX ® QuikStor cartridge-based removable storage system.

Teradactyl LLC  Booth 502
Teradactyl® produces centralized network backup system software for large distributed processing environments. The True incremental Backup System® (TiBS) merges previous backup data with daily True incremental changes to produce multiple lower level backups off-line and eliminate the need for periodic network full backups of client systems. TiBS supports most forms of UNIX, Linux, AFS, NFS, Mac OS, and Windows.

Tux.Org  Booth 607
Tux.Org is an umbrella organization supporting the efforts of Users Groups and Developers. Our primary focus is supporting and advocating the development and use of software and systems whose source code and specifications were openly developed and are freely available to the public. Some refer to this idea as Open Source' or 'Free Software.' We will leave the labeling to you!
Considered the most popular daily web comic in the technology industry, the strip pokes sharpened barbs at big corporations, industry lobby groups and occasionally, geeks themselves. UserFriendly.Org and a cup of coffee kick-starts the cube farms, machine rooms, management offices and executive suites of the Tech world everywhere!

Virtual Iron  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Virtual Iron provides enterprise-class software solutions for creating and managing virtual infrastructure. Organizations use Virtual Iron for consolidation, rapid provisioning, business continuity, workload management and policy-based automation, reducing the cost and complexity of managing and operating the enterprise data center. Virtual Iron offers an open and economically attractive virtualization alternative to existing, proprietary solutions.

Voltage Security, Inc.  Cambridge Computer Storage Pavilion, Booths 302–303, 305–311
Voltage Security, Inc. provides the market leading Voltage Enterprise Privacy Management™ platform, a breakthrough foundation for securing IP-based communication and data-at-rest. The Voltage Enterprise Privacy Management platform greatly simplifies the management of keys, policies and authentication compared to traditional data protection solutions.

Founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is an independent, global publisher of print and electronic products. Wiley Technology Publishing publishes such brands as Wrox, Visual, and For Dummies. Wiley's Internet Site can be accessed at Wrox's Internet Site can be accessed at

The Written Word  Booth 401
The Written Word provides pre-compiled Open Source binaries for AIX, HP-UX, IRIX, Redhat Linux, Solaris, and Tru64 UNIX. Media can be purchased quarterly or with a yearly subscription, providing four quarterly releases. Our managed solution offers easy-to-install packages, security fixes, patches, online documentation, and centralised bug reporting. Open Source made easy!

Zenoss Inc.  Booth 503
Recently named one of the "Top 10 Open Source Companies to Watch" by Network World, Zenoss is an open source network and systems management software company based in Annapolis, MD. Zenoss provides the most complete open source monitoring platform as a lower-cost and easier-to-deploy alternative to traditional proprietary solutions. For more information, please visit

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