NetApp to Drive Storage Efficiency Discussion in the Oil and Gas Industry in April
Sunnyvale, Calif.-April 1,
2010-NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) will join other business and
technology leaders to discuss storage efficiency and data
management in the oil and gas industry in April 2010.
Claude Steinmayer, senior manager of Solutions Marketing at NetApp,
will join a panel of speakers for an OilandGasInvestor.com Webinar
titled "Improve Efficiency and Decision-Making with a Unified
64-Bit E&P Environment." The panel, comprised of experts from
Apache Corp., Hart Energy Publishing LP, Microsoft Corp., NetApp,
and Schlumberger, will discuss how modern seismic applications
running on 64-bit operating systems can help oil and gas companies
speed decision-making and better manage the growing amount of data
required to effectively run operations. The Webinar will take place
on Tuesday, April 13, at 10 a.m. CT. For more information, visit
For more information about NetApp
industry-standards efforts to help rapid application deployment,
smooth integration into customers' existing infrastructures, and
improve interoperability with other vendors' solutions by using and
supporting open standards, visit www.netapp.com/us/company/leadership/industry-standards.
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