SOURCE: Marathon Technologies

September 12, 2007 08:30 ET

Enterprise IT Veteran to Speak at Application Continuity Conference 2007

Convergence of Virtualization and Availability Technologies -- When Good Just Isn't Good Enough

LITTLETON, MA--(Marketwire - September 12, 2007) - Marathon Technologies Corporation, the leading provider of automated, fault tolerant-class availability solutions for virtual and physical environments, today announced that its President and CEO, Gary Phillips, will be a featured speaker at AppCon 2007, a conference designed for IT executives responsible for assuring high availability and disaster recovery of business critical applications, processes, and data. The conference is being held September 13-14, 2007, in San Jose, California.

Mr. Phillips' presentation, "The Convergence of Virtualization and High Availability," will examine the lack of effective availability technology for virtual environments, the impact of this "all-your-eggs-in-one-basket" gap and how companies can benefit from the emerging convergence of virtualization and availability. Details for Mr. Phillips' presentation are as follows:

Date:      September 13, 2007
Time:      11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PDT
Location:  Application Continuity
           Fairmont Hotel
           170 S. Market Street
           San Jose, California

           For more information about the conference, please visit:

About Marathon Technologies

Marathon Technologies Corporation is driving the convergence of availability and virtualization technologies through its v-Available™ initiative. Marathon is the only company to deliver a complete range of automated, fault tolerant-class availability and disaster recovery software solutions for all essential Windows applications. The company's everRun™ product family protects businesses by ensuring continuity of operations in virtual and physical environments. Marathon is a privately held, venture-backed corporation based in Littleton, Massachusetts, USA, with offices worldwide. For more information please visit, call 978-489-1100 or 888-682-1142.

About AppCon 2007

In its inaugural year, AppCon 2007 will provide information, ideas and opinions on application survivability and reliability, with a primary focus on messaging, telecommunications and network continuity. For more information visit

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