UPM is the only solution that unites QoS and acceleration functions with an integrated feedback loop
Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 06, 2011
Exinda, a global provider of WAN optimization solutions incorporating Unified Performance Management, today announced that Michael Sharma, CEO for Exinda, will speak about next-generation WAN Optimization requirements and solutions at an executive seminar in Washington. Sharma will discuss Enterprise CIO challenges to requirements such as reducing bandwidth costs, managing application demand, ensuring adequate bandwidth for mission-critical applications, and managing the end-to-end user experience.
Sharma will be joined by industry expert, Jack Nash, formerly Kraft Foods Chief Global Architect, who will speak plainly about how this was done at Kraft. He will expose some of the thinking about MPLS that kept Kraft locked into an overpriced solution that under-delivered on their needs. Jack will also debunk some of the myths that keep enterprises from making more use of the Internet. He will show how next-generation WAN Optimization technologies pull this all together. Finally, he will answer questions about how this can work in your organization.
DATE: Thursday, October 13, 2011
TIME: 08:00 AM
LOCATION: Hyatt Regency OHare
Join Exinda if you are:
- Looking for dramatic ways to cut network spending, while at the same time improving performance and the ability to scale in the future?
- Ready to debunk the myths that MPLS offers useful differentiated service and meaningful SLAs?
- Interested in learning how Kraft Foods reduced their global network spending by half?
If interested, register at: http://exinda-chicago-breakfast-oct-13-11.eventbrite.com/
Exinda is a proven global supplier of next generation WAN Optimization and Application Acceleration products. The company has helped over 2,000 organizations in over 80 countries worldwide improve the end user experience, manage application performance, manage congestion over the WAN and reduce network operating costs for the IT executive. For more information, please visit http://www.exinda.com.