Hewlett Packard is launching a ”
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” Web seminar series that will discuss how computing is changing because of the Internet phenomena, the way technology architecture is going to change, and the benefits of IP storage.
The first entry in the series, “Ethernet Everywhere: The Future of Storage and Networks,” will feature Brice Clark, director of Strategic Planning for Network Storage Solutions Organization at HP. It will be held Wednesday, March 14, at 9 am (Pacific). Clark will present a 60-minute interactive demonstration of storage over Ethernet. It will feature interactive question-and-answer sessions in which participants will have the opportunity to ask questions.
According to HP, the seminar is designed to help you understand how Ethernet has and is evolving from its LAN origins to “conquer” Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs), WANs and even the home. HP says you’ll be able to explore a new data center computing architecture that will take advantage of ubiquitous Ethernet, as well as see how storage over Ethernet will become the “killer app” for networks and “deliver new levels of performance, scalability and functionality in a future where storage rules.”
All you need to “attend” the seminar is the Internet Explorer Web browser (it’s the only one HP mentions) and a telephone.