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Storage Visions Conference

December 22, 2009 14:30 ET

2010 Storage Visions Conference Announces Reception Sponsor, Sessions on Clouds, Content Distribution and Personal Storage

Final Early Registration Day Is December 23, 2009

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - December 22, 2009) - The Ninth Annual Storage Visions Conference held at the Riviera Hotel Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5 & 6, 2010 features great sessions on professional media and entertainment, consumer electronics, computer applications and storage, including new content distribution technologies and personal storage.

Supermicro is a Silver conference sponsor and the reception sponsor for SV 2010. The reception runs from 6:00 PM to 8 PM on January 5. During the reception conference exhibits will be open, door prizes given and the SV 2010 product and company awards winners will be announced.

On Wednesday January 6, 2009 starting at 11:50 AM the "Cloud Storage for Consumers and Enterprises" session will give attendees the chance to hear about the storage requirements and trends for on-line content delivery and remote storage. Learn about new business opportunities and how they'll impact the growth and use of storage in this growing market.

Moderated by Robin Harris of StorageMojo, participants in this session include Dean Neumann from Bycast, R. Andre Peek from IBM, Kumar Abhijeet from Cleversafe, Norman Henderson from Asankya, Bhavik Vyas from Aspera Robert Ellison from Cucku and Art Cruz from Supermicro.

Following this session, lunch and Simon Milner of Marvell's keynote speech on "NAS for Mere Mortals," will be a session moderated by Bryan Ekus of MediaTech exploring "The Future of Content Delivery." Find out about the latest trends in physical content distribution including optical and solid state models. Hear about technologies that promise to provide comprehensive and reliable network access to commercial and personal content. Can physical distribution compete against or live with content downloading?

Participants in this session include Jim Taylor from Sonic, Glenn Grube from Moduslink, Alan Bell, Jim Cooke from Micron, Rick Popko from Weber Shandwick, and Steve Visconti from Atrato.

The final session of SV 2010, "Personal Home Storage: Saving, Sharing and Protecting Family Content;" provides insights into the technology and business models enabling directly attached and networked storage. This is one of the biggest growth areas in consumer and small business storage -- find out why.

This session (moderated by Dave Reinsel from IDC) features Robb Moore from IoSafe, Dale Pistilli from Western Digital, Mark Fuccio from Data Robotics, Ali Simnad from PLX Technology, Debasis Baral from Samsung Information Systems, Conrad Maxwell from Silicon Image and Liz Conner from IDC.

Other sponsors and exhibitors at the conference include Active Storage, AMP, Bycast, Coughlin Associates, Denali, Ellisys, Flexstar, Gillware, Hitachi GST, IoSafe, Intel, KOM Networks, Micron, Mozy, Nethra, ONFI, PLX Technology, Reverse Logistics Trade Association, STMicroelectronics, Silicon Image, SNIA Solid State Storage Initiative, Soligen Corp., SpectraLogic, the Trusted Computing Group University of California San Diego, and Verbatim. Our many organization and media sponsors can be found on the conference web site.

Conference registration is open until December 23 at: Hotel reservation information (great rates for 2010 and close to the Las Vegas Convention Center) is at: Interested parties can also call Storage Visions at 408-978-8184 or email us at

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