SOURCE: Liquid Computing

November 14, 2008 08:00 ET

Liquid Computing's CTO Mike Kemp Discusses Virtualizing the Complete IT Infrastructure at Virtualization Conference & Expo 2008 West

LOS ALTOS, CA--(Marketwire - November 14, 2008) -

What: Liquid Computing, developer of the world's first fully converged communications and computing platform, today announced that its co-founder and CTO Mike Kemp will discuss how virtualization technology in the data center can be extended beyond hypervisors to embrace complete IT infrastructure management, resulting in significant business value.

While today's virtualization technologies are important and useful, they have limited flexibility or ability to scale, and they don't offer optimal asset utilization or the ability for rapid provisioning in the data center. Kemp will reveal how these limitations can be overcome through an innovative approach to data center optimization: virtualization of the complete IT infrastructure. He will explain how this approach delivers a "Services Oriented IT Infrastructure" (SOI), which can be fully exploited through management systems that enable service providers and enterprises to more efficiently deliver service differentiation, business continuity, disaster recovery and OPEX reduction.

Kemp will also provide examples of how Liquid Computing and other technology leaders are delivering on this vision today.

When:   Thursday, November 20, 2008
        9:10 - 9:55 (Session 4)

Where:  Virtualization Conference & Expo 2008 West
        Fairmont Hotel, San Jose, Calif.
        November 19-21, 2008

About Liquid Computing, Inc.

Liquid Computing has delivered a new generation of IT infrastructure that is transforming the traditional server and switch configurations commonplace in data centers. LiquidIQ, the world's first fully converged communications and computing platform, provides flexible pools of computing, networking and switching resources and makes data center IT infrastructure easy to manage. For more information, visit

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