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My IBM colleague Marissa Benekos brought her hand-held video camera to [Storage Networking World] conference in Orlando, Florida.I am not there, as I had a conflict with another conference going on here in Tucson, so am relyingon Marissa to feed me information to blog about.
In this segment, she interviews "booth babe" David Bricker. I've known David a long time,and if you are there at the conference, tell him I sent you to visit him at the IBM booth.
David Bricker shows off some of the IBM System Storage product line at SNWin this YouTube video (2 minutes)
Sadly, I can't be in two places at once. SNW is a great conference to attend!