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7 Cool Products At Interop New York

Interop New York spotlights innovative products covering SDN, BYOD, PaaS, data center management, and more. Take a look.
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HP SDN App Store (booth #121) 
Seizing the SDN opportunity, Hewlett-Packard will feature its newly launched HP SDN App Store. The store -- the first enterprise-grade ecosystem for SDN apps, says the company -- lets customers buy network applications and download them for testing and deployment.

The store will offer four categories of apps: 


The HP Circle: applications built and tested by HP. 

The Premium Circle: applications that are top sellers and jointly tested by HP and partners. 

The Partner Circle: applications that have been tested by HP partners and reviewed by HP. 

The Community Circle: open-access and community-supported applications. 


Eight applications are available for immediate download -- two developed by HP, and six developed by HP partners.

HP SDN App Store (booth #121)
Seizing the SDN opportunity, Hewlett-Packard will feature its newly launched HP SDN App Store. The store -- the first enterprise-grade ecosystem for SDN apps, says the company -- lets customers buy network applications and download them for testing and deployment.

The store will offer four categories of apps:

The HP Circle: applications built and tested by HP.

The Premium Circle: applications that are top sellers and jointly tested by HP and partners.

The Partner Circle: applications that have been tested by HP partners and reviewed by HP.

The Community Circle: open-access and community-supported applications.

Eight applications are available for immediate download -- two developed by HP, and six developed by HP partners.

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Frankyhomy
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9/11/2015 | 1:41:06 AM
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That's so cool mak63. I've always wanted to visit the Intertop ever since it's 6th edition but I got busy whenever it was conducted, I hope to not miss it this time around and will make it a point to attend it. Do we also have people from Spark Innovations in Toronto putting up a stall? I'm a great fan of their work too and it would be nice if I can meet them as well. 
mak63
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9/29/2014 | 2:50:03 PM
Humanscale
The company will also demo how to connect, mount, and power multiple displays in seconds without the need for elaborate cables.

I'm using three monitors myself -four if I count the TV-, so it will be interesting to see how's it done.

And if someone wants to have fun, it can walk to booth #243, and ask the Casper guys why they left out Windows Phone from the devices supported by the Casper Suite
Gigi3
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9/29/2014 | 1:06:54 AM
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