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VMworld: Brocade leads "Blades Server Virtualization" discussion

Brocade®, the leader in networked storage solutions that help enterprises connect and manage their information, will be at this week's VMworld 2007 Conference in San Francisco, California, delivering two presentations on the evolving role of Storage Area Network (SAN) technologies in VMware environments. The lineup of Brocade speakers, alongside Brocade experts in Booth #221, will provide attending IT professionals with best practices and new approaches for leveraging virtualization tools to meet growing business data management requirements.

VMworld offers a forum for industry leaders to present and discuss the latest trends and advances in virtualization technology. The Brocade sessions will demonstrate the value of hardware storage initiators in a virtual server environment and how Brocade server connectivity and Brocade Access Gateway solutions provide the most efficient model for blade server virtual environments.

Brocade Sessions at VMworld 2007 include:

Event: VMworld, San Francisco; September 11 to 13, 2007 Location: Moscone Convention Center Speaker: David Reno, Brocade Product Manager, Emerging Products Session: iSCSI Throw-Down! Software versus Hardware Initiators Time: 10 a.m. PDT; Wednesday, September 12, 2007 Location: Moscone Convention Center, Gateway Room 102 Speaker: Owen Higginson, Brocade Solutioneer, Office of the CTO Session: VMware in the Enterprise Storage Environment Time: 10:50 a.m. PDT; Thursday, September 13, 2007



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