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The Best of Interop Award Winners

The stakes were high and the action hot last night at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas -- the 2007 Best of Interop Award Winners were announced. This year the Judges had to carefully review nearly 200 entries...

The stakes were high and the action hot last night at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas -- the 2007 Best of Interop Award Winners were announced.

This year the Judges had to carefully review nearly 200 entries to our seven technology categories, including: Application Networks & Performance, Data Center & Storage, Infrastructure, Management, Network Software & Services, Security, VoIP & Collaboration and Wireless & Mobility.

From those submissions, the judges chose three finalists for each category (View our list of Finalists).

Finally, it all came to a head last night as the winners were announced. And here they are. Application Networks & Performance:
• A10 Networks AX Series

Data Center & Storage:
• APC-MGE InfrasStruXure InRow RP

Infrastructure:
• NetXen, Inc. NetXen 10G Ethernet Expansion card

Management, Network Software & Services:
• Novell, Inc. Novell ZENworks 7.2 Linux Management

Security:
• Blue Lane VirtualShield

VoIP & Collaboration:
• AirMagnet Inc. AirMagnet VoFi Analyzer 3.0

Wireless & Mobility:
• Aruba Networks Aruba Secure Enterprise Mesh



BEST STARTUP:
• Aerohive Networks Aerohive HiveAP 20 ag

BEST OF INTEROP:
• NetXen 10G Ethernet Expansion Card

Congratulations to all this year's winners, finalists and everyone who participated. We'll see you next year!

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