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CEOs to Discuss Evolution of Storage Networking

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The CEOs of SAN Valley Systems, 3Ware, Tricord, Network Disk and Vicom will participate in presentations and panel discussions in two technology and Innovation tracks at Network Storage 2001. Other young companies represented include Prisa Networks, YottaYotta, Troika Networks, StorageWay and KOM NETWORKS.

So far, twenty-one CEOs have registered for the conference. More than 300 leading industry experts, IT professionals, and vendors will attend and discuss the issues pertaining to storage system innovations, standards, products, applications and solutions. The conference is held in Monterey, June 11 through 14, 2001.

Storage executives, Linda Sanford from IBM, Mark Lewis from Compaq and Kevin Daly from Quantum/ATL, will give keynote presentations. They will also participate at an executive roundtable that will assess the storage industry evolution and opportunities, with the following executives: Jack McDonnell, chairman, president and CEO of McDATA, Steve Luczo, CEO of Seagate Technology, Nora Denzel, VP and general manager at Hewlett-Packard, and Mark Cree, general manager at Cisco Sytems. The executive roundtable is on Wednesday June 13, 2001. New registration options allow attending one day only to include the panel and the reception.

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