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Penguin Power Hits Convention Centre

Oct 12, 2000, 21:55 (0 Talkback[s])

WEBINAR:
On-Demand

Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers


Key Actors in Linux and OSS Universe Meet for Three Day Conference

WHEN: October 30 - November 1, 2000

WHERE:
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
South Building
222 Bremner Blvd.
Toronto

KEYNOTE SESSIONS: (October 31, 2000)
· Bob Young
Chairman, Red Hat Software
· Steve Illingworth
Senior Director, Oracle
· Jacques Le Marois
President, MandrakeSoft
· Timothy E. Ney
Managing Director, Free Software Foundation

· INTERNATIONAL & START-UP Pavilion:
Brings together European, Latin American, Asian and North American start-up companies.

· GNU/LINUX GENERATION:
The GNU/Linux Generation Pavilion (GNU/Linux Community) will be well represented at Linux Expo Canada in Toronto. The activities of the many international associations and GLUGs are responsible for the emergence of GNU/Linux to date and represent the source of its future strength.

· LINUX RESOURCES FORUM:
GNU/Linux Open Source and Free Software are the future, and the key to this future lies in human resources. The GNU/Linux Resources Forum is focused on bringing together employers and GNU/Linux developers. In keeping with the spirit of volunteerism and dedication found in the GNU/Linux community.

· THREE-DAY CONFERENCE AND TUTORIAL PROGRAM:
An international committee of Linux experts from all trade show locations will develop a number of themes of particular interest to international visitors. Their efforts will result in a three-day Conference and Tutorial program featuring expert speakers, tailored to the needs of an international audience. -30-

About Sky Events
With offices in Paris and Montreal, Sky Events has proven expertise in developing international trade shows and seminars. Sky Events has organized successful Linux trade shows in Paris, Montreal, Madrid, Shanghai and Sao Paulo (Brasil). In response to increasing demand and rapid growth in certain markets, Sky Events is planning additional trade shows in cities such as Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Milan (Italy), Moscow (Russia), Taipei (Taiwan), London (UK), Johannesburg (South Africa) and Seoul (South Korea).

For more information, or to register visit us online at www.linuxexpocanada.com.