Top Coverage Highlights from Interop 2007

Here are some highlights of the media coverage that surrounded the 2007 event in New York.


January 31, 2008

Six kind-of-enterprise wireless conferences to consider
By Steve Stroh | TechRepublic
I was updating my list of wireless-related conferences, and here's a short list of some conferences to consider attending that relate (in some way) to the use of wireless in the enterprise


December 3, 2007

5 Things You Didn't Know About Software as a Service
By Fredric Paul | bMighty
In an effort to get to know "him" better, I attended a session at the recent Interop New York conference called "Software As A Service: Will It Work This Time?" Jeffrey M. Kaplan, managing director of THINKstrategies and Software-as-a-Service Showplace, took us all up close and personal with SaaS.


November 26, 2007

The Flaw in Femtocells
By Craig Mathias | NetworkWorld
I recently ran into Paul Callahan at Interop New York. I've known Paul for a long time; he was one of the founders of AutoCell Labs, who developed a technology for automatically configuring and optimizing Wi-Fi that I consider to be sheer genius. It really works, but it so far has not caught on; something about added cost, non-standard elements, and other mostly-valid but completely short-sighted considerations. Anyway, Paul is now VP of Business Development at Airvana, a company best known for EV-DO base stations but which really has a much broader view of the wireless world. Paul is a huge fan of femtocells, and said some fairly negative things about public-access Wi-Fi. I still think the latter is going to be a major success, and Paul didn't change my mind. But he did invite me to visit Airvana to see what they're doing in femtocells, and I was quick to take him up on the offer.


November 26, 2007

8 Essential Questions on Unified Communications
By Frederic Paul | bMighty.com
For many small and midsize companies, UC is still a lot of hot air. The experts offer a unified communications reality check. Vendors love to tout the concept of Unified Communications (UC) -- the real-time integration and redirection of voice, text, email, and other communication methods and business processes -- but for many small and midsize companies, it's all hot air -- lots of talk, without a lot of products. The truth is, actually implementing a full UC solution is still difficult and rather rare, especially for smaller companies. Nevertheless, UC continues to be heavily promoted by vendors, who are trying to convince smaller businesses that it's something they need, want, and can actually have. At the recent Interop New York 2007, a conference on business and technology, Blair Pleasant, president and principal analyst at COMMfusion LLC, a market research firm, led a panel titled "Unified Communications Reality Check," that attempted to clarify what's really going on in the world of unified communications by answering some basic questions about UC, explaining what it can mean to the smaller company, and forecasting what businesses can expect from UC in the future. bMighty's editor in chief Fredric Paul was there.


November 18, 2007

Disconnect on VM management
By Paul Weinberg | eChannelLine
Corporate IT specialists want virtualization management tools in their x86 server based IT environments, but they are not buying them yet, software company ScienceLogic discovered in a survey of 100 network and systems administrators at last month's Interop New York trade event.


November 16, 2007

Study: IT Wants More Virtualization Management Tools
By Laurianne McLaughlin | CIO
As enterprises continue to embrace virtualization, IT staffers see a need for better management tools for this key new technology. 75 percent of IT managers call virtualization management important to their operations, according to an October survey of 100 IT managers done at the Interop New York 2007 tradeshow by technology vendor ScienceLogic. Among that 75 percent, 39 percent call virtualization management "very important."


October 26, 2007

Interop: A Time to Digest
By Sean Michael Kerner | Internetnews.com
Reporter's Notebook: Sometimes an Interop show will herald a new technology that represents the entire event. Or sometimes someone will deliver a revolutionary keynote announcing an equally revolutionary approach that will achieve the same effect. Not this time. This time, the gem came in a panel.


October 26, 2007

Color Interop green - Interop keynotes, vendors and sessions focus on energy efficiency
By Jim Duffy | Network World
It wasn't St. Patrick's Day, but there was plenty of green to be found at Interop New York 2007.


October 26, 2007

AT&T Punts MediaFLO Proving Mobile TV Still Isn't Ready For Primetime
By Stephen Wellman | InformationWeek - Over the Air
While I was at Mobile Business Expo this week, my colleague, Eric Zeman, was out at [another conference] in San Francisco. In previous years mobile TV was all the buzz at [this show]. But this year, all the mobile TV buzz was gone. The industry started turning against mobile TV in February at 3GSM and now it looks like this trend is starting to peak. That can't be a good sign for the future of this technology.


October 26, 2007

NAC Can't Weather the Storm
By Lisa Vaas | eWeek
Vendor representatives on a panel Oct. 25 at Interop boasted that behavior-based observations can stop Storm-infected clients, even after NAC has given them carte blanche admission to a network. Fat chance, an expert [Josh Corman] said, given the vendors' three-year-old detection methods... Corman on Oct. 23 gave a presentation at Interop on the challenge of evolving cyber-threats, emphasizing the threat from the Storm worm botnet.


October 26, 2007

It's no iPhone killer. But then again Nokia's E90 goes after a different target: the 'Bizirati'
By David Berlind | ZDNet - TestBed
Interop mention


October 26, 2007

'We're not scared' of Storm, say researchers
By Gregg Keizer | ComputerWorld
Security pros spooked by Storm botnet's retaliation? Not exactly. Reports that security researchers are running scared from hackers responsible for the Storm Trojan are overblown, say some of the people who have dug into the complex malware.] They're afraid," [Josh Corman of IBM's Internet Security Systems Inc.] told attendees at Interop New York on Tuesday. "They find these things but never say anything about them."


October 26, 2007

Sprint Adds Mobile Laptop Security
By Tim Wilson -- Dark Reading | unstrung
Interop -- Sprint Nextel Corp. yesterday announced that it is adding an optional piece of hardware for its mobile broadband service users that will enable companies to secure, manage, and enforce policy on laptop PCs.


October 26, 2007

Coyote Point Unveils Equalizer Series V8.0
By K.C. Jones | InformationWeek
Coyote Point Systems has released its biggest upgrade for its Equalizer Series V8.0 of load balancing and acceleration appliances. The upgrades, announced at Interop New York this week, aim to improve user experience and the amount of resources needed to run the equalizers...


October 26, 2007

Storm Worm detects early threat, launches counter-attacks
By Ruben Francia | Tech.blorge.com
Josh Corman, host-protection architect for IBM/ISS, who led a session on network threats at Interop New York, said that "As you try to investigate [Storm], it knows, and it punishes. It fights back.


October 25, 2007

Interop Winners: Desktop Conferencing, Deep Security
By Tom Smith | Information Week
Smith gives "picks for most interesting and most needed technologies from Interop this week... Most interesting technology: Desktop videoconferencing system from Avistar Communications Corp... Most desperately needed technology:... Mobile Armor"


October 25, 2007

Cisco investing in WiMax to bring broadband to developing areas
By Elena Malykhina | Information Week
With Sprint forking out up to $5 billion for WiMax efforts, Cisco is the next big company investing in the technology in hopes of bringing high-speed broadband to developing areas, said a Cisco executive ... during a session at ... Interop ...in New York...


October 25, 2007

Mobile Business Expo: Tips For Building Business Mobility Strategies
By Stephen Wellman | Information Week


October 25, 2007

Can Microsoft Catch Its Cool?
By Barbara Krasnoff | Information Week
Krasnoff questions the foundation for why Apple's "cool" factor seems to be slightly higher than Microsoft's. "At Interop this week, Microsoft didn't only tout its latest products; it debuted a Web site called Who Are You? especially tailored for an IT audience. Described as "a community for passionate professionals," the site is a place where the tech experts who are a large part of its user base can upload and view videos illustrating the kind of things they do when they're not at work."
Krasnoff says the campaign is "not a bad idea" and " At the very least, Microsoft could find out whether its user base ... and staffers is as devoted to its products as those who use Linux or Macs -- or, at least, whether they are willing to play, as well as work, in Microsoft's back yard."


October 25, 2007

GMail now supports IMAP; check that off your wish list
By Steve Ragan | M & C
On Wednesday, at Interop New York, ... product management director for Google Enterprise, announced the release of IMAP support in GMail.


October 25, 2007

On The Floor at Interop: Day 1
By Sean Ginevan | Network Computing
Mobile security initiatives, device management and much more highlight some of the buzz from day one at Interop 2007. Interop New York 2007 is in full swing at the Javits Convention Center in New York, and there's been a healthy buzz of people ... it's been fun to see companies from all sides of the IT industry at the same place.


October 25, 2007

Web 2.0 inevitable in the enterprise, experts say
By Jim Duffy | Network World
The Web 2.0 phenomenon - wikis, RSS feeds, social-networking platforms and mash-ups - soon will become a common mode of operation for enterprise IT, experts at the Interop New York 2007 conference said here this week.


October 25, 2007

Is Storm Worm Losing Force or Gaining It?
By SP | CSI Blog


October 25, 2007

Storm worm can befuddle NAC
By Tim Greene and Jim Duffy | Network World
Interop attendees hear of new threats, countermeasures ... and retaliation A newly discovered capability of the Storm worm could invalidate results churned out by NAC products, attendees at Interop New York learned last week.


October 25, 2007

RedSky Debuts 'E911 Anywhere' At Interop
By Elena Malykhina | InformationWeek
RedSky Technologies on Thursday at the Interop show in New York City launched a new service that tracks the location of IP phones and routes 911 calls to a public safety point.


October 25, 2007

The Joys of Business Travel
By Matt Glotzbach | glotzbach.com
After finishing an exhilarating day keynoting at Interop, and doing my best to make my 2 and a half year old daughter the talk of the tech industry...


October 25, 2007

A Microsoft Eye Toward Interoperability
By Sean Kerner | InternetNews
At a conference called Interop, it only makes sense to have a keynote on interoperability. That call went to Tom Robertson, general manager of interoperability and standards at Microsoft, who spoke of the topic this morning at the show in New York.


October 25, 2007

How to Fight The Onslaught of Security Threats
By Sean Kerner | InternetNews
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October 25, 2007

Storm worm going out with a bang, mounts DDoS attacks against researchers
By Jacqui Cheng | Ars Technica
IBM/ISS host-protection architect Josh Korman told Interop New York conference attendees this week that the worm has the ability to see who is probing its servers and launch a DDoS attack on that IP as retaliation.


October 25, 2007

Report From Interop: Mobile Instant Messaging Is Here To Stay
By Elena Malykhina | InformationWeek


October 25, 2007

Interop's 'dirty air' makes a perfect testing ground for Fluke's wireless EtherScope
By David Berlind | ZDNet - Berlind's Testbed
Berlind defines "dirty air" as someplace "where there are hundreds of access points competing for a limited amount of airspace ..." and where wireless connections have the potential to get hung up.


October 25, 2007

Avistar's videoconf client does multiple streams, dynamically throttles bandwidth usage
By David Berlind | ZDNet - Berlind's Testbed
Here at Interop, I happened across a company called Avistar that, as far as I could tell, has three selling propositions that, when taken together, make the offering rather unique.


October 25, 2007

Sprint Adds Laptop Security to Mobile Broadband
By Tim Wilson | Dark Reading
Interop -- Sprint yesterday announced that it is adding an optional piece of hardware for its mobile broadband service users that will enable companies to secure, manage, and enforce policy on laptop PCs.


October 25, 2007

Google Says "Failing Wisely" Is Just Fine
By Doug Caverly | WebProNews
At Google, we really focus on failing wisely," said Matt Glotzbach, Google Enterprise's product management director, at the Interop New York conference. "There is no penalty for failure. In fact we encourage it because if you're not failing it means you're probably not trying.


October 25, 2007

VM Security Risks: Phantom or Menace?
By Lisa Vaas | eWeek
David Lynch, vice president of marketing at Embotics, a VM life-cycle management vendor, said during a presentation here at Interop Oct. 23 that a fundamental issue with VMs is that they've come into enterprises via the back door, thereby slipping past standard security hardening.


October 25, 2007

The Storm Worm's Striking Back!
By Daniel Nicholas | eNews 2.0
The Interop New York's audience has been able to find out on Tuesday that the Storm worm has just started to fight back against the security researchers that had wanted it dead already!


October 25, 2007

NAC Gets Knocked Around
By Cora Nucci | bMighty.com
The story, reported from the Interop networking show in New York, goes on to lament that although "most companies are getting network access control," they continue to be vexed by issues like "cost, complexity, and vulnerabilities."


October 25, 2007

Startup Unveils Reputation-Based Spam Fighter
By Tim Wilson | Dark Reading
Interop New York -- Anti-spam vendors have tried blacklists and whitelists, and we're still getting spam. Now a new vendor is offering a different approach.


October 25, 2007

Telepresence Doesn't Have To Cost A Fortune
By Elena Malykhina | InformationWeek
That's why one startup, called LifeSize, caught my attention at Interop when it showed off its affordable high definition videoconferencing system.


October 25, 2007

The IMAP Feature Hits Google's Gmail
By Daniel Nicholas | eNews 2.0
Google announces IMAP feature at Interop New York



October 25, 2007

WAN optimization technology makes waves at Interop New York
By Ann Bednarz | Network World
WAN optimization players flocked to the East Coast this week for Interop New York...


October 25, 2007

Google brings device synching to Gmail
By Jennifer Hagendorf Follett | CRN


October 25, 2007

Mobile Business Expo: Mobile 2.0 Crosses Consumer Apps With The Business World
By Stephen Wellman | InformationWeek - On the Air
At a Mobile Business Expo panel, Wellman discovers that "Web 2.0 consumer trends are shaping business mobility more than [he] thought."


October 25, 2007

Some thoughts on the Mobile Business Expo
By Philippe Winthrop | Enterprise Mobility Matters
I had a great time, attending some very informative panels and had the opportunity to meet a lot of interesting people working for innovative organizations in the wireless and mobile space. There were a couple of things during the event that really struck me...


October 25, 2007

Mobile Business Expo: Mobile Business Applications Are Here And They're Delivering Value
By Stephen Wellman | InformationWeek - On the Air
Yesterday at Mobile Business Expo (MBX), we took the deep dive into mobile business applications. Not only are businesses deploying applications other than mobile e-mail, many of these applications are powerful and they deliver real ROI.


October 25, 2007

Podcast: Interop, Facebooksoft, Leopard and more...
By Dan Farber, David Berlind | ZDNet - Dan and David Podcast
Overall, the assessment of Interop in this podcast is very good. He makes the following comments: "when [Interop is] in New York, it's sort of a regional show ...this is probably IT central in terms of the domestic US ...it makes a lot of sense to have this show here ... more IT managers here than in any other place in the country ...great vendors here... all the major players here ... a lot of neat products" However, the speaker begins his talk on Interop with the opinion that there are "no big deals here" and "no blockbuster announcements," at Interop.


October 25, 2007

This is why Google succeeds
By John C. Welch | technorati
Interop and Google keynote mention - Pick up from Bynkii blog: http://www.bynkii.com/archives/2007/10/this_is_why_google_succeeds.html


October 25, 2007

From Interop, video of Plat' Home's Linux Server that fits in the palm of your hand
By David Berlind | ZDNet - Berlind's Testbed
Within minutes of arriving on the Interop show floor this morning and beginning my search for something cool to videotape for publication here on ZDNet, we found Plat' Home's booth in the back of the exhibitor's area with two very cool products - both of them tiny Linux servers, one of which fits in the palm of your hand.


October 24, 2007

Microsoft really wants to know you
By Larry Dignan | ZDNet
Adjacent to a booth hosting all of Microsoft's software was a rather odd sight at Interop. A karaoke, guitar-laden extravaganza (exaggeration alert). Dignan calls one of the IT performances he witnessed "Good times."


October 24, 2007

At Interop, Enterprise Sometimes Follows The LIttle Guys
By Barbara Krasnoff | InformationWeek
While the big bucks in technology are dedicated to the development of enterprise solutions, occasionally it seems as though consumer-based apps can take the lead -- at least, as far as creativity is concerned.


October 24, 2007

Interop: Innovation is About 'Getting Out of the Way'
By Sean Michael Kerner | InternetNews.com
Companies' approach to information technology needs to become more flexible if they're to survive changing business models. That's the thinking behind this morning's keynotes here at Interop New York, where executives from XenSource and Google advocated that companies embrace greater flexibility in IT strategies.


October 24, 2007

Heading to New York today for Interop... speaking tomorrow on VoIP Security
By Dan York | Disruptive Telephony
In a few hours I'll be boarding a plane back to New York where I'll be attending Interop New York this afternoon and tomorrow.


October 24, 2007

Mobile Business Expo: Microsoft's New Mobile Platform May Be WinMo's Tipping Point
By Stephen Wellman | Information Week - Over the Air
Microsoft delivered a potential body blow to the mobile business market yesterday with a new mobility platform designed to make Windows Mobile the de facto standard for IT. Will this be Microsoft's mobile tipping point?


October 24, 2007

Mobile Business Expo: iAnywhere Brings Enterprise E-mail To The iPhone
By Stephen Wellman | Information Week - Over the Air
...get ready because soon you may be able to access your corporate network with your iPhone.


October 24, 2007

Mobile Business Expo: How To Craft A Mobile E-mail Strategy
By Stephen Wellman | Information Week - Over the Air
Yesterday afternoon at Mobile Business Expo (MBX) we tackled the issue of crafting a push e-mail strategy. Guess what, it's not just about e-mail anymore.


October 24, 2007

7 Steps To A Greener Data Center
By Paul McDougall | Information Week
Next to labor, energy represents the biggest expense associated with running a data center. On Wednesday, Interop attendees learned ways to reduce those costs and save thousands of dollars.


October 24, 2007

Google's Glotzbach Evangelizes 'Culture Of Collaboration' At Interop
By By K.C. Jones | Information Week
The product management director at Google Enterprise suggests companies need not only to push their ideas to market quickly but also innovate internally to survive.


October 24, 2007

XenSource Founder Outlines Virtualization's Road Map At Interop
By Elena Malykhina | Information Week
Simon Crosby hints at how his group at Citrix will spread hypervisors everywhere with the help of partnerships with Amazon.com, Dell, Microsoft, and Symantec.


October 24, 2007

Fluke Networks Previews Unified Performance Management System
By Elena Malykhina | Information Week
Fluke Networks ...on Wednesday will preview its new unified performance management system at the Interop show in New York City.


October 24, 2007

InterOp New York Keynotes Highlight Web 2.0's Influence on the Enterprise
By Adam Hirsch | Mashable
Fluke Networks ...on Wednesday will preview its new unified performance management system at the Interop show in New York City.


October 24, 2007

XenSource CTO: Dell Deal Takes Virtualization Mainstream
By Jennifer Hagendorf Follett | CRN
XenSource's move this week to embed its technology into Dell servers marks a major step toward widespread adoption of virtualization, said the company's CTO Wednesday at Interop New York 2007.


October 24, 2007

Interop: Citrix XenSource Flys as Google Crashes
By Donna Bogatin | Inside Chatter
While calling Google's keynote address off-topic, Bogatin give kudos to Heymann for "seeking real information from the Google keynoter." Bogatin also calls XenSource's keynote as a "home run performance.


October 24, 2007

Interop NYC: Microsoft vs. Google Enterprise Showdown?
By Donna Bogatin | Inside Chatter
Will we hear the same old "Google love belongs in the enterprise" spiel at Interop, or will a newly Positini powered Apps team finally speak to the enterprise on the professional level expected?


October 24, 2007

XenSource preaches the joy of platform virtualization
By Paula Rooney | The Register
New management, new credo, same old enemy


October 24, 2007

From Interop: Geoage rapidly turns handsets into wireless structured data gatherers
By Berlind's Test Bed
David Berlind
| ZDNet


October 24, 2007

Interop, Innovation and IMAP
By Pam Saenger | Google Enterprise Blog
Greetings from Interop, NYC.


October 24, 2007

The Daily Poll: Google Apps Enterprise
By Adam Hirsch | Mashable
Returning from the InterOp New York Keynote with Google Enterprise Head of Products Matthew Glotzbach, it's apparent that innovation in consumer technology is outpacing business technology." Poll found that majority of survey takers thought that Google Apps is not up to par yet to use in the enterprise.


October 24, 2007

Microsoft gives interoperability progress report
By Paul Krill | InfoWorld
Different organizations are focused on issues in multiple technology areas, including security, systems management, and collaboration" Report given to Interop attendees


October 24, 2007

Interop: App Delivery Choices Abound
By Sean Michael Kerner | InternetNews
Enterprise IT shops are facing a multi-year trend toward having more employees in remote offices while trying to consolidate their datacenters. The goal is to connect all those disparate users with their applications as fast as possible. Attendees at the Interop show here hope to learn how to meet that goal.


October 24, 2007

Speaking at Interop New York tomorrow about VoIP security... and also ISC2 member reception
By Dan York | Voice of VOIPSA
Overview of leaders sitting on security panel at Interop New York


October 24, 2007

Storm Fights Back
By Lisa Vaas | eWeek
Yet another security researcher at Interop was warning attendees on Oct. 24 that the Storm worm botnet is fighting back, sending DDoS attacks to not only the researchers looking into it but to anybody on their subnet, within 5 seconds of initiating efforts to fight it or examine it.


October 24, 2007

Storm Worm Botnet Lobotomizing Anti-Virus Programs
By Lisa Vaas | eWeek
The ... Storm worm botnet is adding yet another trick to its vast repertoire: Instead of killing anti-virus products on target systems, it's now doing a hot fix with a memory patch to render them brain-dead. The finding was made by Sophos and was mentioned by Joshua Corman, a principal security strategist for IBM Internet Security Systems, ... in his presentation here at Interop on the challenge of evolving cyber-threats.


October 24, 2007

NetIQ enters IT process automation fray
By Denise Dubie | Network World
Systems and security management vendor NetIQ unveils IT process automation platform at Interop.


October 24, 2007

Horn Group Clients Take the Stage at Interop NY/Mobile Business Expo
By Joe Ciarallo | Horn Group Blog
Horn Group was on hand at CMP's largest IT show, which took place Oct. 23-25 in NYC. Clients Extricom and Vettro both spoke at Mobile Business Expo, a "subset" of the conference, which focused on, you guessed it, enterprise mobility. (Overview of event with accompanying photography)


October 24, 2007

News Today from Microsoft @ Interop NY
By Matusow | Matusow's Blog


October 24, 2007

Two years ago today, Blue Box podcast #1 was launched
By Dan York | Blue Box, the VoIP Security Podcast
Talks about connectivity at Interop: "great connectivity in some areas"


October 24, 2007

Google adds IMAP support to Gmail
By Darrin Olsen | Slippery Brick
Google announced today at Interop New York that Gmail will now support IMAP along with POP3 for synchronizing email across multiple mobile devices and computers.


October 24, 2007

Not Just India And China Vying For U.S. Tech Jobs
By OhioChick | Democratic Underground
At OutsourceWorld, a conference that's operating in conjunction with Interop this week at New York's Javits Center, the vendor booths added up to a virtual United Nations of offshoring.


October 23, 2007

Verizon Biz Offers Satellite
By Jim Duffy, Denise Dubie and Tim Greene | Light Reading
Verizon Business announces agreement to offer portable satellite service to enterprise customers. Announcement in conjunction with Mobile Business Expo.


October 23, 2007

Mobile Business Expo: Applications Lead Way In The Verticals
By Stephen Wellman | InformationWeek
Recap of Mobile Business Expo mobility panel. Wellman summed it up as a "great session."


October 23, 2007

Wireless, Video High On Interop Hit List
By Jennifer Hagendorf Follett | CRN
Article gives a brief overview of Interop, discussing wireless and video exhibitors at the show.


October 23, 2007

Verizon Business Expands Access To Satellite Broadband Services
By K.C. Jones | Yahoo News


October 23, 2007

Verizon Business Expands Access To Satellite Broadband Services
By K.C. Jones | InformationWeek
Verizon makes announcement at Mobile Business Expo. "Almost two-thirds of the companies interviewed by Forrester Research in 2007 expect to increase mobile data spending."


October 23, 2007

Test Center Tracker: Skinny Windows, Cool Servers, and Life Building Tradeshows
By Curt Franklin | InfoWorld
Interop Rises: It's fascinating watching a large network being installed in a convention center. It's even more interesting watching the network professionals who make it happen.


October 23, 2007

SonicWall announces larger UTM devices
By Tim Greene, Framingham | ResellerNews
Interop New York mention


October 23, 2007

Verizon Launches First Portable Satellite Service
By Prabhala Ranga Sai | TMCnet
Mobile Business Expo mention


October 22, 2007

LifeSize rocks the HD conferencing world with affordable 720p solutions
By George Ou | ZDNet
Now at Interop fall 2007 in New York, it appears that LifeSize has again rocked the video conferencing world by releasing 720p HD products at half the price of competing 720p solutions.


October 22, 2007

HP upgrades Network Node Manager; Interop NY Kicks Off This Week
By Podcast | NetworkWorld
The article covers key stats, messaging, themes and keynotes.


October 22, 2007

Interop's little sister decked out for fall -New York show big on content, light on announcements
By Jim Duffy, Denise Dubie and Tim Greene | NetworkWorld
Yes, the little sister to the humongous show in Vegas in the spring begins this week, and while not as large or lavish, it nonetheless will host content key to enterprise network architects.


October 19, 2007

Road trip!!! Startup Camp, Mobile Expo, Interop pack into Manhattan next week
By David Berlind | ZDNet
...come Sunday afternoon, me and the boys will be packing into the SUV and heading down to NYC for three back-to-back events.


October 19, 2007

The Week Ahead
By Gina Smith | InfoWorld
"Fall means Interop time." The "ever-entertaining XenSource Founder Simon Crosby" will keynote.


October 17, 2007

Interop: Four Shows In One
By KC Jones | InformationWeek
Overview of exhibitors, collocation and themes.


October 17, 2007

Interop Keynoters Are Industry Standard Bearers
By Paul McDougall | InformationWeek
McDougall calls four keynotes at Interop "business computing veterans"


October 16, 2007

Vendors Ready Their Products For Interop Show In New York--Eye On Collaboration
By Elena Malykhina | InformationWeek
At next week's Interop show in New York, more than 200 companies will showcase their technologies, including Microsoft, Siemens, and Verizon Business. Plenty of announcements, mostly focused on making networks faster, safer, and more efficient, are also on tap.


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