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Virtualization: 3PAR interview coming up; More interviews coming!

I chatted with 3PAR VP, Craig Nunes, and we chatted over several issues. The written Q&A will come soon. Hopefully tonight!

Craig has been with 3PAR since the beginning, 3PAR was founded in 1999, and Craig was pulled on board in 2000. So we spoke to someone who really knows what 3PAR is and where it will be in the near future

And today I'll be talking to our Marathon Technologies CTO , Jerald H Melnick and discuss Marathon, everrun and all they have to offer to the big great virtualization world.

I did speak to Reflex VSA (CTO, Hezi Moore) and CatBird (Dir, Howard Fried) as well and those interviews will as well be published the minute I have them.

Other planned interviews for 2007:

- PanoLogic
- VKernel
- Vyatta

So you if are interested in talking about your virtualization, data center or even any other emerging tehcnology strategy and product, just drop me a line at my gmail address. We'll do a thorough interview and will give you the visibility you desire and obviously exchange insights, which has more value-add for all of us.


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