From learning opportunities to great content, here are 5 reasons you must attend Interop Las Vegas.
Top 5 Reasons to Attend Interop Las Vegas
1. INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS
As big tent IT shows in the US go, Interop stands alone as the only vendor-neutral event where you can easily compare solutions across a variety of approaches and gain important insight and education on from industry experts and analysts.
2. BREADTH OF CONTENT
Attend five days of lectures, panels and roundtable discussions on topics like Security, the Business of IT, Cloud Computing & Virtualization, Infrastructure, SDN, Storage, Mobility and BYOD.
3. ACCESS TO 300+ SOLUTION PROVIDERS
Those same technology categories will be well represented on the Expo Floor where over 300 companies will exhibit their latest products. Catch up with your existing IT suppliers, plus explore innovative, new alternatives that take different approaches to old problems.
4. SEE INTEROPERABILITY IN REAL TIME
Our built-from-the-ground-up network features the newest gear and solutions. Tour InteropNetís network operations center (led by the engineers who run it) for some fresh ideas for your own network.
5. IN-DEPTH TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Choose the learning format that works for you, from traditional breakout sessions to deep-dive workshops to help propel your career to the next level.
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