Network Appliance, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTAP) will
participate in a Networking & Services education session at
Interop Las Vegas 2007, being held at the Mandalay Bay Convention
Center, May 20-25, 2007. The session will examine IP video security
(IPVS) as an emerging technology, with NetApp industry expert John
Kim, senior solutions marketing manager, offering his perspective
on storage as a key component of IPVS.
Interop is dedicated to promoting and
demonstrating the interoperability of the converged network,
applications, and devices to seamlessly exchange and use
information to address the full range of business challenges facing
IT organizations today and tomorrow.
The Future of IP Video Security: Defining
the New Role of IT
Speaker: John Kim, senior solutions marketing manager,
Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2007
Time: 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Video surveillance is rapidly migrating to IP
networks, making it a growing concern for IT professionals who,
until now, have not had to manage the physical security of their
organization. In this session with industry thought leaders, led by
the editor-in-chief of IP Video Security Magazine, Keven Marier,
attendees will learn how IP-based technologies deliver a higher
quality of physical security than analog CCTV systems and hear from
industry leaders representing each of the five key components of
IPVS: surveillance, switches, servers, software, and storage. John
Kim is currently responsible for partnerships and solutions
involving video, document, and rich content storage at NetApp and
will discuss the role of storage in IPVS.
The Service and Support Professionals
Association Best Practices Conference features people, process, and
technology best practices for optimizing support. The conference
honors companies delivering exceptional customer value and will
showcase emerging best practices from companies that are embracing
the move to value-added support.