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Interop Las Vegas: Take a Virtual Booth Crawl

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The Interop trade show in Las Vegas, held last week, hosted hundreds of tech vendors. The technology ran the gamut, from SaaS to virtualization, servers to networking gear, marketing to log management to security.

The following 22 videos are from my tour of the convention’s booths. I asked various vendors to briefly describe their products or services. In sum, the following pages offer a birds-eye view of the state of today’s IT.

Take the virtual tour:

1) Citrix

Location:Santa Clara, CA

Technology:Virtualization and application delivery. Citrix touts itself as “the first solution on the market that delivers applications and desktops to any user, anytime, anywhere from a secure central location.”

Phil Montgomery, Senior Director, Product Management:


Location:Lake Zurich, IL

Technology:Custom branded and designed appliance servers; add your logo to a specially-designed server.

Sam Khalil, VP of Sales and Marketing:

3) Highly Reliable Services

Location:Reno, NV

Technology:Hot swappable hard drive back-up systems. Company motto: “Tape Sucks.”

Kathy Raye Freemonth, VP, Sales and Marketing:

4) Ingres

Location:Redwood City, CA

Technology:Open source relational database.

Tracy Eiler, SVP, Marketing:

5) Sitemasher

Location:Vancouver, BC

Technology:A browser-based Web site management platform, using a drag-and-drop user interface.

Samson Mow, Strategic Alliance Manager:

6) Olivanova

Location:Denia, Spain

Technology:Calling itself “The Programming Machine,” Olivanova touts itself as “the first commercially available software system that generates complete applications from software models.”

Harald Kirschner, Manager Consulting:

7) OutsourceTesting

Location:San Dimas, CA

Technology:Software and system testing services, on location, customized for a client’s technical needs and schedule.

Brian Pinkus, Founder and CEO:

8) Amazon Web Services

Location:Seattle, WA

Technology:Provides businesses with wide array of services, accessible over the Internet. AWS claims that a community of 330,000 of developers, start-ups and established firms are building applications using its solutions.

Justin Burks, Business Development Manager:

9) Yesterday’s Business Computers

Location:Somerset, NJ

Technology:Computer asset management and recovery: they manage the lifecycle of your business’s PCs.

Jaime Topp, VP, Sales:

10) Azaleos

Location:Seattle, WA

Technology:Managed services for Microsoft Exchange, Sharepoint and the Blackberry Server.

Scott Gode, VP of Marketing:

11) TDI

Location:Plano, TX

Technology:Virtualization, log management, and green computing.

Jami Turchi, Sales Representative:

12) ZeroOutages

Location:Irvine, CA

Technology:Internet redundancy and failover for the SMB market.

Daren French, Sr. Account Manager:

13) rPath

Location:Raleigh, NC

Technology:rPath enables application vendors to combine their apps with just enough operating system to create a software or virtual appliance.

Nathan Thomas, Senior Director of Services:

14) Web Spiders

Location:Succasunna, NJ

Technology:An outsourced provider of Internet applications and related IT solutions.

Stephen Harris, Sr. Account Director:

15) Tata Consulting Services

Location:Mumbai, India; offices in 47 countries.

Technology:Asia’s largest IT company, and a leader in international outsourcing.

John Lenzen, Vice President, Marketing & Communications:

16) IP Applications

Location:Vancouver, BC

Technology:Software-as-a-service delivery provider.

Kevin Lennox, Director of Sales:

17) 123Together

Location:Burlington, MA

Technology:Hosted service for Exchange Server, Sharepoint, and CRM.

Gagan Prakash, Executive Director of Engineering:

18) Socialcast

Location:Irvine, CA

Technology:Social networking for the enterprise.

Timothy Young, CEO:

19) Cables and Kits

Location:Buford, GA

Technology:Network hardware accessories.

Craig Haynie, Business Development:

20) OpSource

Location:Santa Clara, CA

Technology:A SaaS company, Opsource provides Web operations infrastructure and service solutions.

Richard Dym, Chief Marketing Officer:

21) iRise

Location:San Francisco, CA

Technology:Visualization software that enables better cooperation between business and IT during the software development process.

John Hsieh, Senior Manager, Enterprise Solutions:

22) Market2Lead

Location:Santa Clara, CA

Technology:SaaS platform that automates and facilitates the marketing process while monitoring ROI.

Geoff Rego, CEO:

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