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Network Computing's Best of Interop 2003

Thanks to all those who entered our yearly competition for the best technology to come out of the Networld+Interop show in Las Vegas. You'll find below the winners from this evening's ceremony. But we also invite you to log into...

Thanks to all those who entered our yearly competition for the best technology to come out of the Networld+Interop show in Las Vegas. You'll find below the winners from this evening's ceremony. But we also invite you to log into our official site to see past winners, view the complete finalist list, or download marketing materials. Congratulations to all those who won!

  • Convergence Technology (VBrick Systems, VBXcast)
  • Enterprise Network Infrastructure (3Com Corporation, 3Com NJ90 Network Jack)
  • Network Applications Software (Computer Associates, CleverPath Portal)
  • Network Management (Panacya Inc., Panacya BusinessAware 2.2)
  • Network Servers & Peripherals (Digital V6 Corp., Kaveman 16)
  • Networked Storage (Cisco Systems Inc, Cisco MDS 9000 IP Storage Services Module)
  • Network Test & Measurement (Ixia, Optixia & OLM1000STXS24)

  • Performance Enhancement (Nauticus Networks, Nauticus N2000 Series of Intelligent Data Center Switches)
  • Security (netForensics, Inc., netForensics V3.1)
  • Wireless Technologies (AirMagnet Inc., The AirMagnet Distributed System)
  • Best Startup (Tarari, Inc, Tarari Anti-Virus Content Processor)

And the Best of Interop 2003 grand prize winner is:
  • VBrick Systems, VBXcast

We'd like to also thank our hard-working judges for this year's competition:
  • Ron Anderson, Network Computing Magazine
  • Bruce Boardman, Network Computing Magazine
  • Elizabeth Clark, Network Magazine

  • Mike DeMaria, Network Computing Magazine
  • Sean Doherty, Network Computing Magazine
  • Mike Fratto, Network Computing Magazine
  • David Greenfield, Network Magazine
  • Joseph F. Kovar, Computer Reseller News
  • Lori MacVittie, Network Computing Magazine
  • Don MacVittie, Network Computing Magazine
  • Peter Morrissey, Network Computing Magazine
  • Frank Ohlhorst, Computer Reseller News
  • Steve Schuchart, Network Computing Magazine
  • Greg Shipley, Network Computing Magazine
  • David Strom, VARBusiness

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