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Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
Date: 3-4 November 2009, Bangalore | 6 November 2009, Mumbai
When it comes to business technologies, the noise is increasing. Business Technology Summit 09 is your filter. Saltmarch Media has created a focused summit programmed to make the most efficient use of your time. Centered on the theme “Shaping Your Enterprise in a Post Crisis World”, Saltmarch Media’s annual Business Technology Summit features a convergence of technologies that are enabling organizations to benefit from the flip side of Moore’s law and do the same for less.
From Nov 4-6 2009, the summit will feature the hottest technologies that will help shape enterprises in a post crisis world: SOA & Web Services, Cloud Computing, Virtualisation, Business Intelligence, Enterprise Content Management & Storage, and Information Security. A platform for software infrastructure, middleware and enterprise app vendors, the summit is India’s first, largest and single-most inspirational technology show attended by a serious audience of over thousand lively and thought-provoking IT practitioners and business leaders who will pose tough questions to the speakers, who are doing the best business technology work in the world. Speakers at the summit include leaders from the industry, independent voices, analysts, visionaries, and the innovative companies that are transforming the way we do business.
Speakers at BT Summit 2009 include Howard Charney (Creator of Fast Ethernet), Robert Marcus (Author of the Global Grid), Nils Puhlman (Co-founder, Cloud Security Alliance), Jinesh Varia (Amazon Web Services Lead), Robert Schneider (Analyst, Think88), Alan Pelz-Sharpe (Principal Analyst, CMSWatch) among others.
Business Technology Summit 2009 will be held at two cities in India – the Big Tent Technology Edition in India’s tech capital Bangalore (4-5 Nov’09), and the Executive Edition in India’s financial capital Mumbai (6 Nov’09).
Quick Facts about Business Technology Summit 2009
* 60+ focused sessions, keynotes, lightning talks, power panels and workshops
* The Best Speaker Lineup: Over 40 acclaimed speakers, visionaries, standard setters, and luminaries are expected from the world of SOA, Web Services, SaaS, ECM, and Virtualisation
* 1000+ Unique Qualified Attendees across the days of the summit
* Attendee Profile:
o Big Tent Technology Edition in Bangalore for Purchase Influencers: Software & IT Architects, Solution Engineers & Software Developers, IT Directors/IT Managers, Project Managers & Project Leaders, Network and Infrastructure Specialists, System Administrators, IT Consultants & Technology Evangelists
o Executive Edition, Mumbai for Decision Makers: a profiled group of 100+ CxO’s from various verticals such as Banking, Insurance, Retail, Media, Energy, Transportation, and Pharma/healthcare
* Important dates:
o Big Tent Edition, Bangalore: Main Conference: 03-04 Nov 2009
o Executive Edition, Mumbai: 06 Nov 2009
* Summit website: http://www.btsummit.com
Monday, August 31st, 2009
Dresden/Germany, 31 August 2009 – ITI GmbH, international leader in virtual system engineering, today announces its debut in Great Britain. The foundation of ITI Northern Europe Limited enables the company to extend its presence on international markets and to provide its customers in Northern Europe with class-leading levels of service support, sales and customer-orientation. ITI also announces the expansion of its Headquarters in Dresden/Germany; software development will be continuously strengthened. Counter the general economic trend, the company performed well in the first half of the year and is financially set for further expansion with sales running stable and an increasing global demand for ITI simulation solutions.
For many years with more than 25 selected distributors on three continents, ITI has been cooperating with a successful network of stand-alone, state-of-the-art partners dedicated to the sales and service of SimulationX, the standard multi-domain software for system simulation. The establishment of the UK facility in Milton Keynes is a debut in ITI history thus tightening its international market position. The new subsidiary has already started operation and acts independently in local sales, marketing, and human resources development. Simulation solutions are provided and supported for SimulationX customers in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland. Chris Litchfield becomes Business and Sales Manager for Northern Europe and will be supported by Emmanuel Domingues, Technical Manager. Each of them brings more than eight years experience in delivering system simulation solutions to a wide range of industries.
We want to advance our commitment to ITI customers in Northern Europe by providing the world’s highest level of satisfaction in service support and sales of SimulationX thus implementing true innovations together. Our aim is to become a key player on the European CAE market within the next two years, said Jens O. Schindler, ITI Managing Director, about the aims of the new facility. â€œIn the past years ITI strengthened its position as a leader in virtual system engineering and became an internationally-demanded engineering partner, adds Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI Managing Director, and further explains: â€œWith highly-qualified people and financial strength we are ready for new investments to expand our business. The establishment of the subsidiary is a milestone in ITI’s company history.
For more than 18 years ITI has been one of the internationally leading companies for the virtual system engineering. The software SimulationX is applied by engineers and scientists at more than 600 well-known companies such as Audi, BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Continental, Schaeffler, Siemens, Demag, Husky, Nikon, Mitsubishi and Liebherr. SimulationX is also widely used in academics and research world-wide. Main fields of application are power engineering, Power transmission, fluid power, mechanical engineering, power generation and automotive. Apart from this ITI supports its clients in the field of research and development of high-technology with engineering and consulting services. In the field of real-time and HiL test-system applications ITI provides turnkey projects and references for various companies including CNH, Putzmeister or Hoerbiger. Further information on www.iti.de.
SimulationX – The Driving Force in System Simulation determines the level of modeling, simulating and optimizing complex technical systems. The software models the interaction of components from a multitude of domains including their mutual interaction and feedback on one platform. This significantly distinguishes SimulationX from any other kind of CAE software (FEM, CFD, MBS). SimulationX is the standard in software for evaluation of the interaction of all components in technical systems. It is the universal CAE tool for modeling, simulating and analyzing physical effects â€“ with ready-to-use model libraries for 1D mechanics, 3D multi-body systems, power transmission, hydraulics, pneumatics, thermodynamics, electrics, electrical drives, magnetic as well as controls â€“ post-processing included. SimulationX fully supports Modelica® language and offers a wide range of open, comprehensive CAx-interfaces. Further information on www.simulationx.com.
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Thursday, May 21st, 2009
Eclipse is no longer open source’s best-kept secret. It has come out of the closet, and how! Now at a crossroad in its evolution, the ecosystem’s footprint is broadening to encompass a larger spectrum of offerings for software developers in areas such as modeling, embedded, mobile, RIA and Ajax, SOA and dynamic languages. The 2009 edition of Eclipse India Summit (ESI), Asia’s first and annual Eclipse-only show, will feature intensive talks on all that developers need to know when using Eclipse-based tools and technologies. The summit will held July 17-18 in Bangalore.
One of the largest user bases for Eclipse in the world, the Indian ecosystem of software/tool developers and technology companies are benefiting from quick time-to-market and standardized user experiences by building their tools using Eclipse technology. Brought to you by Saltmarch Media, producers of the hugely successful Great Indian Developer Summit (www.developersummit.com/) the summit will feature four core tracks that hold relevance, immediacy and impact for the Eclipse ecosystem in India: Product Development Essentials, Modeling Techniques, eDevelopment, and Ganymede Cool & New.
The summit will feature eight in-depth workshops (3 hours each) catering to the intermediate and advanced levels, 12 focused sessions (1 hour each) and plenary talks from industry leaders. The program covers Rich Client Platform, Rich Ajax Platform, PDE Plug-in Development Environment, Eclipse Communication Framework, Graphical Editing Framework, Model-to-Model Transformation, Embedded RCP, Data Tools Platform, Testing and Profiling Tools Platform, Equinox/OSGI, BIRT, Ganymede Cool & New and more through various interactive discussion formats. High-profile speakers at the summit include Doug Clarke, Ilya Shinkarenko, Anshu Jain, Annamalai Chockalingam, amongst others.
EIS 2009 will provide a high-quality learning and networking experience, with the most intelligent minds and proactive technology organizations who use Eclipe. The only question now is, can you afford to miss out on your winning advantage? Register now to secure your place at this premier learning, networking and deal-making forum. For participation opportunities contact: Poonam Sharma (Mobile: +91 99020 77327, Telephone: +91 80 4005 1000, e-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information, visit the summit home at http://www.eclipsesummit.com/.
Monday, May 11th, 2009
Cutting-edge topics, luminary speakers, over 3200 talented delegates, leading IT brands as sponsors and the biggest summit for software developers in this part of the world - Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS) Season II concluded on 25th April with a spectacular awards ceremony. The 2009 edition of Saltmarch Media‘s annual Great Indian Developer Summit, centered around the theme of Tools, Tips, Technologies and Tomfoolery to Beat the Downturn, featured a convergence of three on-the-radar co-located conferences that dealt with relevant and timely technical information for India’s IT developer ecosystem. For both veterans and newcomers to the world of .NET, Java, Rich Web and COBOL, the Great Indian Developer Summit provided participants with a well-balanced learning experience that guaranteed they went back with a richer understanding of the technologies that make a difference to their careers.
The shifting economic landscape is creating brand new opportunities for the software developer ecosystem. This is the time to learn something new, to rebuild your learning of technologies and regroup with your peer network. Simply put, this is the time to stay competitive and to make the downturn work for you,” said Dilip Thomas, Program Chair and CEO of Saltmarch Media.
The summit featured well over 120 incisive sessions that addressed topical and timely technology issues. The sessions were presented by over 75 speakers who shared their experiences, technical & market knowledge, and innovations, through keynotes, focused sessions, chalk talks and hands-on workshops. Speakers included visionaries, creators, luminaries and authorities from the world of software development and information technology.
Most organization’s start tightening their purse strings during challenging economic cycles and IT investments are most usually the first casualty. “When your organization goes into IT spend hibernation mode, your choices are to focus on saving money through reducing inefficiencies or creating money by harnessing innovative technologies, or both,” said Indu Britto, SVP & Group Publisher, Saltmarch Media. “Software implemented smartly can help organisations survive difficult times, but the approach should perhaps be altered. In tough economic times, I believe that in addition to smart approaches to software development the most important decision occurs before the first line of code is written. For this to happen, it is simply important for you to rebuild and re-educate yourself to new and innovative tools, tips and technologies,” she added.
Great Indian Developer Summit 2009 was chaired by Shri. M N Vidyshankar, Chief Election Officer & Former Principal IT Secretary, Government of Karnataka and supported by some of the world’s largest IT companies including Micro Focus, Adobe, Microsoft, Sony Ericsson Developer World, SAP BusinessObjects, Intel and RedHat among others.
Download all the available GIDS 09 presentation decks. Look up the gallery to view the moments, the wins, and the rapt attention, replete with stills and videos. The awards pages provide a window to the 2009 finalists and winners who emerged after three rigorous stages of evaluation. The blogs capture the brickbats and bouquets GIDS 2009 received from stakeholders. The press section houses a choice collection of the media reports written around GIDS 2009. Wrap up the GIDS 2009 tour by watching a video (coming soon) of Cyrus Broacha go berserk at the fun-filled Great Indian Developer Awards evening. If you have not, you should also watch Motherjane, India’s leading rock band, performing the Developer Anthem “Your Epitaph”, specially commissioned by Saltmarch Media as an ode to India’s developer ecosystem.
Friday, January 23rd, 2009
(London) IT Europa announced today that it will be staging the Third Annual European ISV Convention from 13 – 14 May 2009 in Prague. The event will bring together leading Independent Software Vendors with Hardware, Software and Service organizations to explore and address the issues impacting the development of the IT Industry in Europe and to develop and strengthen partnerships aimed at supporting solution-based sales.
The third annual European ISV Convention has been designed to build upon the success of the first two conventions, which were staged in Brussels and Frankfurt in February 2007 and 2008 respectively, and is expected to attract leading ISVs from all over Europe. The convention will feature a high-level conference programme with leading industry speakers on topics that include the challenges and opportunities for ISVs in Europe, the future of application development and delivery, new business models, strategies for growth, collaboration and cooperation.
As the economic climate becomes more difficult and pressures on budgets intensify, applications and the business value that they generate become increasingly important in driving growth in both the IT and Telecoms sectors, said Alan Norman, Managing Director of IT Europa. The European ISV Convention 2009 provides a unique opportunity for Europe’s ISV community to come together to address the issues affecting the development of the software applications market. It also provides a framework within which major hardware and software vendors as well as service providers and system integrators can meet and engage with the directors and decision makers of Europe’s most significant ISVs and Solution Providers to create business opportunities.
The European ISV Convention 2009 will take place at the Intercontinental Hotel, Prague from 13 – 14 May 2009. ISVs wishing to attend the convention and vendors or service providers interested in sponsorship opportunities can find further information at www.isvconvention.com. ISV participation is by invitation and is free of charge to qualifying delegates.
About IT Europa
IT Europa is the leading provider of strategic business intelligence, news and analysis on the European IT marketplace and the primary channels that serve it. It publishes European channel publications such as 8020 Europa and the IT Europa Newsletter. IT Europa also markets a range of database reports and organises European conferences and events for the IT and Telecoms sectors. For further details visit: www.iteuropa.com
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Monday, April 7th, 2008
Vote for Trailblazing Individuals and Products Par Excellence; Voting Closes May 02 2008
Bangalore April 02, 2008 Saltmarch Media announced today that voting is open for the 2008 edition of Great Indian Developer Awards. This first-of-its-kind awards in India recognize trailblazing individuals, technologies, and organizations that are contributing to the evangelism, productivity and innovation excellence of the Indian developer ecosystem. This year’s awards will be given away across 15 categories at an exclusive awards nite at the Great Indian Developer Summit, May 19-24 2008 in Bangalore.
In Stage I, from January 25 to March 14, nominations were accepted from across 15 open individual and product categories. These were short-listed and a total of 75 nominees have been announced from the summit website. From now until May 02, everyone is invited to cast their votes for their favorites in the shortlist from here http://developersummit.com/awards.html
The rigorous selection process for the awards doesn’t end there, however. Once voting closes on May 02, the votes will be counted and a final list of three nominees from each category will be made available to the high stature awards jury. The awards jury will cast their vote on the finalist, thus arriving on a winner for each of the 15 categories.
The awards jury is comprised of distinguished executives, seasoned industry professionals, and academia whose expertise spans the entire information technology gamut. This year’s jury include the IT Secretary to the Government of Karnataka (M N Vidyashankar), World-wide President of IEEE (Dr. Rangachar Kasturi), President of AdaptivePath & Father of Ajax (Jesse James Garrett), VP for Server Technologies at Oracle (Vijay Anand), Head for Google India R&D (PRasad Ram), General Manager for DPE at Microsoft India (Tarun Gulati), Head of Accenture Labs India (Lin Chase), VP & Head at SETLabs at Infosys Technologies (Subu Goparaju), Silverlight Geek at Microsoft (Jesse Liberty), Founder of Agile Developer Inc. (Dr. Venkat Subramaniam), and Associate Director of Indian Institute of Science (Prof. N. Balakrishnan), among others. For a complete list of jury members, see http://developersummit.com/conference.html#advisor.
The panel members all vouch for the Great Indian Developer Awards as the one-of-its-kind awards program that will highlight product excellence, research and innovation, corporate achievements, the strongest individual efforts, and the most compelling community efforts among the entire IT developer fraternity in India.
Nominated Individuals and Products by Category:
Development Environments: Eclipse, KDevelop, Sun Java Studio Enterprise IDE, IntelliJ IDEA, Oracle Jdeveloper, JBuilder 2007
Design and Modeling: Telelogic Rhapsody, Sybase PowerDesigner, Compuware OptimalJ, Borland Together Architect, Serena Mashup Composer, MyEclipse
Change and Configuration Management: Perforce, AccuRev Enterprise Edition, Microsoft Visual Studio Team System, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server, CA Software Change Manager
Collaboration Solution: Oracle Collaboration Suite, WebEx Meeting Center, Zoho Writer, Mingle, Zimbra, Citrix GoToMeeting
Testing: Borland SilkTest, Agitar JUnit Factory, Collabnet CuBIT, iTKO LISA 4 SOA Testing & Validation, Coverity Prevent Software Quality System
Security: Codenomicon Defensics, BEA Systems’ AquaLogic Enterprise Security, Atlassian Crowd, Fortify Defender, Novell Identity & Security Management
Content Management: Joomla, IBM Workplace Web Content Management, Interwoven TeamSite, MarkLogic Server 3.2, Skelta Software
Web Development: Infragistics NetAdvantage for .NET, Adobe ColdFusion 8, Appcelerator Platform, Salesforce.com’s Force.com, /n Software’s RSSBus
Mobile Development: Symbian, Qualcomm’s Brew, Eclipse Embedded Rich Client Platform, Netbeans Mobility (Java ME), Google Android
Frameworks: SpringSource Spring Framework, ILOG Jviews, .NET Framework 3.0, JBoss Seams, Apache Struts
Database: Microsoft SQL Server, BusinessObjects Crystal Reports, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, Oracle Database 11g, Daffodil Database
Top Ambassador: Nandan Nilekani – Infosys, S Ramadorai – Tata Consultancy Services, Ashank Desai – Mastek, Deepak Ghaisas – I-flex, Ganesh Natrajan – Zensar
Top Committer: Peter Thomas â€“ Satyam Computer Services, Shreyas Srinivasan â€“ Geodesic Information Systems, Baishampayan Ghose – Cleartrip.com, Naba Kumar – Nokia, Ramesh Loganathan â€“ Progress Software
Ecosystem Leader: Infosys Technologies, Wipro Technologies, Tata Consultancy Services, I-flex Solutions, Patni Computer Systems
Technical Books: Oreilly Head Rush Ajax, Packt Java EE 5 Development using GlassFish Application Server, Apress Beginning Java SE 6 Platform: From Novice to Professional, Apress Beginning C# 2008: From Novice to Professional, Wrox Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX
The awards will be held on the sidelines of the Great Indian Developer Summit, happening May 19-24 2008. The summit will feature three co-located conferences on .NET, Rich Web and Java. Attedees will get the opportunity to learn bleeding-edge technologies, what business models are working, what’s next on the horizon, and how all of this will affect their own organizations and business. They’ll also be left plenty of time for catching up with old friends and making new acquaintances at the evening parties and the 5-day tradeshow. Sessions will cover issues such as “The Future of Enterprise Java”, “Web Plumbing 101 – Practical Semantic Web”, “Delivering Long-term Value In a Short-Term World”, “What It Takes to become an Enterprise Developer”, as well as real-world workshops on “The Elements of User Experience”, “Parachuting Into Brownfields”, “SQL Server 2008 Deep Dive”, “Sharepoint 2007 Development”, and much more. See program here http://developersummit.com/speakers.html.
The Great Indian Developer Awards ceremony will be held on the evening of May 24, 2008, at the Palace Grounds in Bangalore, India. The summit is made possible by support from Oracle, Microsoft, Forum Nokia, Infragistcs, Dapper, Dreamface, Farata Systems, Lightstreamer, Feedback FX, Advanced Millenium Technologies and Parasoft among others.
For more information on the awards and to vote, see http://developersummit.com/awards.html.
For more information on Great Indian Developer Summit 2008, look up http://www.developersummit.com/.
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Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Sessions will focus on open source and China’s developing intellectual property system
SAN FRANCISCO– TechInsights announced last March 28 the industry panel topics for its inaugural Intellectual Property Symposium, a joint effort of EE Times, Semiconductor Insights and Portelligent, which is scheduled to take place April 15-16, 2008 at the San Jose Fairmont.
The Intellectual Property Symposium is the first and only event to bring together the foremost legal, business and government minds to discuss the importance and logistics of properly protecting, managing and leveraging intellectual property. Co-located with the Embedded Systems Conference and the EE Times ACE Awards, the Intellectual Property Symposium will address the information needs in the changing marketplace for patents and intellectual property in the electronics industry and will resonate with members of the engineering, business and legal communities. The Intellectual Property Symposium will offer three panel discussions on issues with open source and the developing intellectual property system in China.
Open Source Panels
IP Risks in Open Source Software
– This panel discussion will feature the different ways traditional and emerging companies are using open source software. The latest GPL Version 3 license is one of the major topics.
– Panelists: Joe Beyers, VP of Intellectual Property, Hewlett-Packard; Jim Markwith, Open Source Software Licensing Counsel, Microsoft Corporation; Jason Wacha, General Counsel, Monavista Software; Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, Linux Foundation
– Moderator: Rick Merritt, Editor at Large, EE Times
Managing Third Party IP in Solatersoftware Development Life Cycle
– This session will describe how processes can be best integrated with the Software Development LifeCycle to effectively manage risks associated with using proprietary and open source software within products.
– Presented by: Mark Gisi, Sr. Intellectual Property Manager, Wind River Systems
China Developing IP
– This session will feature experts who have hands-on experience with China’s developing intellectual property system. Topics will include:
What’s the outlook for China’s patent office? What are China’s IP goals and are they achieving them?
What is the IP litigation situation in China?
– Panelists: Dick Thurston, General Counsel, TSMC, Taiwan; Russell Boltwood, VP, Licensing & Intellectual Property, UTStarcom, Inc.; Jun Gong, Partner, Jun He Law
The event features attendees from both the technology and patent industries with executive titles such as: Chairman, President and CEO, Chief Technology Officer, Executive Vice-President/Director of Research and Development, Vice-President of Engineering, Vice-President and Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, Vice-President of Intellectual Property and General Patent Counsel, and Vice-President Licensing.
Attendees representing companies include: Altera Corp., Cisco Systems, Freescale Semiconductor, Honeywell, IBM, Intel Corp., Marvell Semiconductor, MIPS Technology, Qualcomm, Rambus, Seagate Technology, Verizon and more.
The Intellectual Property Symposium will be co-located with ESC Silicon Valley, the largest electronic systems design event in North America.
To register for the 2008 Intellectual Property Symposium visit: http://www.eetimes.semiconductor.com/
Rick Merritt, Editor-at-Large, EE Times
“In preparation for this year’s Intellectual Property Symposium, we met with industry experts and influencers to determine the most pressing IP issues companies are facing today. Protecting Intellectual Properties, especially in the Embedded Systems industry, is critical and companies need to understand the steps they must take in order to insure their unique ideas, products and service are protected. This year’s symposium will address the current issues surrounding Intellectual Properties and with the help of industry experts, forecast the future of IP as well.”
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