Kihong Bae - Musicshake
With the emergence of Web 2.0, we have seen a
slew of innovative user generated content services
such as YouTube, Slide.com, Digg and DIY widget makers become an indispensible part of our daily lives. What’s next? Musicshake takes on the daunting task of a user generated music service and provides an insight of what the next revolution in user generated contents will be like.
Charles Beck - Tredent Data Systems, Inc.
• Speed up slow applications, some up to 100x
• Key component for consolidation of Servers & Storage
• Faster data replication from your DR site
• Reduced or Deferred Bandwidth Expenditures
• Increased End User and IT Staff Productivity
Jeff Birnbaum - eG Innovations
"Virtualization 2.0 is all About Manageability:
eG Enterprise - A Virtualization 2.0 - Ready Monitoring Solution." We will discuss the key challenges that virtualization administrators and architects face in Virtualization 2.0, and define the core functionality that any Virtualization 2.0 monitoring and management solution must possess. We will highlight how the eG Enterprise Suite from eG Innovations has been designed to address these 'Virtualization 2.0 Ready' monitoring requirements.
Ron Hughes - California Data Ctr Design Grp
CDCDG designs energy efficient, sustainable data centers. We'll talk about the latest in design concepts for your new data center and ways to save money on energy bills at your existing data centers. We just completed a project for SCIF data center in Vacaville that was LEED silver certified & the owner just received a million dollar plus rebate check from PG&E.
V. (Sundar) Sundareswaran - Teledyne Scientific
Self-Driving (AKA autonomous) Vehicles! This is the next logical step beyond having a GPS receiver in your car. I will discuss the numerous technology challenges in Artificial Intelligence that will take many years to solve. As they did for GPS, the military is footing the bill for now and we can expect to reap the benefits as consumers when the technology is ready. During the past few years, the department of defense has sponsored a series of events to push the development of autonomous vehicles. In this presentation, I would like to share with you the challenges, the excitement, and the results of these endeavors.