Liquid Computing’s Brian Hurley Wins Next-Generation Executive Award

Liquid Computing’s Brian Hurley Wins Next-Generation Executive Award











Los Altos, CA & Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) April 5, 2007

Liquid Computing Inc., a developer of a new class of scalable computing system, congratulates its CEO and founder Brian Hurley for his recognition as OCRI’s Next-Generation Executive. The Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (ORCRI) award, presented last night, distinguishes Hurley as an individual who has guided Liquid Computing to success in less than five years.

“The Ottawa technology community is proud of Brian Hurley and his commitment to excellence,” said Jeffery Dale, President and CEO, OCRI. “Brian is a great example of the leadership and innovation that is found here in Ottawa. He plays an active role locally and is a strong ambassador for our city to the rest of the world.”

Winning Next-Generation Executive validates Hurley’s original vision for the company to bring disruptive change to the computing market and to create an innovative work environment. Since 2003, under Hurley’s direction, the Liquid Computing team has developed an entirely new class of server architecture to solve the performance issues associated with traditional architectures.

“Liquid Computing has marked significant milestones in its first four years,” said Brian Hurley. “We have done this by focusing on three goals – having the best team, delivering the best product, and doing the best we can for our customers. I thank our team for providing me with the means to be recognized by OCRI this year.”

For more information about the OCRI Awards please visit http://www.ocri.ca.

About Liquid Computing

Liquid Computing Inc. is first to deliver a new class of computer system called LiquidIQ™ to meet the needs of scalable computing users within Enterprise High Performance Computing and Software as a Service markets. LiquidIQ™ is an Interconnect Driven Server that delivers a set of managed computing and communications resources. It can be configured with software commands into one or several cluster configurations, shared memory or cache coherent server regions at best lifecycle economics and uncompromising performance, scalability and availability. For more information, visit http://www.liquidcomputing.com.

For more information:

Corporate

Andy Church

Liquid Computing

613-592-2666 ext 212

Media

Cerys Goodall

High Road Communications

613-236-0909 ext 184

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Canada Tackles Next-Generation Communication Issues — Voice 2.0 Conference to Discuss Industry Evolution

Canada Tackles Next-Generation Communication Issues — Voice 2.0 Conference to Discuss Industry Evolution










Ottawa, Ontario (PRWEB) August 30, 2006

An array of new, exciting and disruptive trends are sweeping the telecommunications sector, and those at the forefront of these changes will be in Ottawa at Scotiabank Place on October 16th, 2006 for Voice 2.0 – Beyond Telecom. The conference will consist of keynotes, panel discussions and participant defined workshops in five key topic areas: open source telephony, lead platform technologies and architectures, new applications of voice technology (mashups), alternative networks, and the new user experience.

Representatives from industry leaders Cisco, Microsoft Canada, Nokia and Nortel, up-and-coming players including Iotum and FirstHand Technologies, as well as researchers and developers will be on hand to explore key changes affecting today’s communication industry. Through interactive sessions, Voice 2.0 will include prime chances for networking and the ability to gain a greater understanding of the opportunities that these changes present.

“There is a great need for a venue where practitioners at the forefront of building next-generation communications networks and applications can get a broad perspective on the changes in telecom,” said Ross MacLeod, Voice 2.0’s conference host. “Voice 2.0 will provide an environment where attendees can share experiences that will speed the adoption of leading technologies and practices in the sector.”

Participants will explore how changes are impacting the telecommunications industry and discover new opportunities for collaboration. As well, to ensure dialogue between participants, several opportunities are available for content suggestion and presentations by companies and individuals highlighting new technologies and ventures. To register, suggest content for sessions or to learn more about Voice 2.0, visit http://www.voice2.ca.

About Voice 2.0

In collaboration with the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI), Voice 2.0 is Ottawa’s premiere next-generation communications conference. Held October 16th at Scotiabank Place, the event will bring together telecom practitioners to share insight and information regarding the changing communications sector. Visit http://www.voice2.ca or http://www.ocri.ca for additional information.

Contact information:

Media:

Laura Slater

High Road Communications

613-236-0909 x 317

Sponsorship opportunities:

Alex Schecter

OCRI

613-828-6274 x250

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