Chelmsford, MA — Axis Communications announced that it will host the Network Storage Symposium 2000, February 10-12, 2000 at the Scottsdale Plaza Hotel and Conference Center, in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Network Storage Symposium 2000 is an annual event, which last year attracted storage vendors, NAS tower manufacturers, analysts and users from around the world. The conference is an educational event focusing exclusively on the state of NAS technology.
Speakers confirmed for the NAS Symposium 2000 include Kimball Brown, vice president and chief analyst for Dataquest, Robert Gray, research manager for storage at International Data Corporation (IDC) and Michael Peterson, president of Strategic Research.
“The NAS arena is a unique combination of storage and networking technologies that has really come into its own,” said Charles Kronauer, senior product marketing manager for Axis Communications’ Storage Division. “The purpose of this symposium is to provide a high level forum for NAS advocates to come together and discuss market trends, technology and applications, as well as strategies for NAS implementation.”
Cost and Deadlines
The registration fee for NAS Symposium 2000 is $1,199 until December 9, 1999. After that, registration for the conference is $1,299. Interested participants can register online at http://www.Axis.com/Symposium2000 or call 800-444-2947, ext. 2032 to receive a registration form.
About Axis Communications
Axis Communications is a world leader in the fast growing industry of network-attached peripherals. The company designs and manufactures network-attached print servers, CD/DVD servers, scan servers, Web camera servers and storage devices based on its ThinServer Technology. These Web-enabled products provide users a cost-effective means to access data and applications, with outstanding performance and ease-of-use.
Founded in 1984, Axis Communications employs 350 people worldwide and has its headquarters in Lund, Sweden with offices in the United States, Asia and Europe.