iVivity Executives Selected To Address Storage Industry Trends at Network Storage Conference 2005.
ATLANTA -- iVivity executives David Coombs David Coombs is an author and historian. Former editor of the Antique Collector's magazine, he was a columnist for the UK's authoritative weekly trade paper, Antiques Gazette . , CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. and President, and Zulfiqar Qazilbash, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, have been selected to participate in discussions on storage networking trends and emerging technologies at Network Storage Conference 2005 on March 8-9 in Milpitas, California Milpitas (IPA pronunciation: mɪlpitʌs; inhabitants are called 'Milpitans') is a city in Santa Clara County, California. It is located with San Jose to its south and Fremont to its north, at the eastern end of Highway 237 and generally between Interstate freeways 680 and . The Network Storage Conference (NSC NSC
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David Coombs will participate in an executive roundtable of prominent storage industry executives from leading storage companies. "Managing an ever increasing volume of data is and will remain of paramount importance within the IT environment," said Coombs Coombs can refer to:
Zulfiqar Qazilbash will present "Intelligence in the Fabric and Everywhere" at the New Architectural Concepts session, where he will elaborate on the technology implications of developing storage systems that make up an intelligent storage network. "The storage networking market is in the midst Adv. 1. in the midst - the middle or central part or point; "in the midst of the forest"; "could he walk out in the midst of his piece?"
midmost of tremendous change. Availability and manageability requirements are driving intelligence away from the host, and split across the various components that make up an enterprise class storage network," said Qazilbash. "This can only happen if the storage systems are capable of handling the requirements of new applications that play into this paradigm. Enhancements at the chip level will drive the future of next generation storage management capabilities."
Founded in 2000, iVivity has pioneered the development of a revolutionary new storage network processor component architecture named iDiSX(TM) and is accelerating the trend toward a more intelligent and higher performance storage network. iDiSX(TM) storage network processor based systems are higher performance, more compact, less costly and easier to design and develop than comparable custom ASIC A redundant reference to an ASIC chip. ASICs are already customized for a specific use. See ASIC. and/or software on general purpose platforms. iDiSX(TM) based technology includes SPAID functionality to simplify storage virtualization and SAN management, and can be used in all manner of storage systems including RAID arrays, appliances, intelligent switches and storage blades. iVivity headquarters are in Atlanta, Georgia. Company and product information is available by calling 1-678-990-1550, or at www.iVivity.com.
About Network Storage Conference
(NSC) is a premier storage industry event since its creation in 1994. It was instrumental in pulling the industry into an unprecedented coalition that led to the creation of the Storage Networking Industry Association An association of producers and consumers of storage networking products, whose goal is to further storage networking technology and applications. The Storage Networking Industry Association, or SNIA (SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association, San Francisco, CA, www.snia.org) An organization devoted to the advancement of mission critical storage systems. Founded in 1997, its goal is to determine the standards that must be developed to allow hosts and storage systems to interact via ). For details on the agenda, sponsors and pre-conference workshops as well as registration, visit www.networkstorageconference.com.