Emulex Presents the Evolution of the Blade Server Platform
at Blade.org Technology Symposium in New York
This week, at the inaugural Blade.org Technology Symposium in New York, Emulex's vice president of technology, Alex Nicolson is presenting a session that explores the evolution of the blade server platform.
According to recent surveys, complexity in the data center is a top concern for CIOs, primarily due to run away growth of applications and servers. However, blade servers are presenting a solution platform that promises to help contain server sprawl. Speaking to the Symposium's audience of more than 350 data center executives and chief technologists, Nicolson will discuss some of the changing and evolving areas to consider, such as the future of blade server architectures, blade server component trends and the changing demands and requirements for data access and storage that are directly associated with this unique and important server platform.
Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 11:00am EDT
Blade.org Technology Symposium
Bridgewaters, New York, New York
Manager, Public Relations
Emulex Corporation creates enterprise-class products that intelligently connect storage, servers and networks. The world's leading server and storage providers rely on Emulex's award-winning HBAs, intelligent storage platforms and embedded storage products, including switches, bridges, routers and I/O controllers, to build reliable, scalable and high-performance storage and server solutions. Emulex is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:ELX) and has corporate headquarters in Costa Mesa, California. News releases and other information about Emulex Corporation are available at www.emulex.com.
Blade.org is a collaborative vendor and end-user community focused on accelerating the development and adoption of blade server solutions. The organization provides leadership to the blade market and fosters a thriving industry ecosystem focused on delivering valuable solutions to blade computing users. For more information, visit www.blade.org.
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