SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Citrix today announced that Mark Templeton, president and CEO, will be keynoting at the annual Nexenta OpenSDx Summit, one of the technology industry’s leading executive forums, on Thursday, August 28th, at St. Regis Hotel, in San Francisco. Attendees will hear insight from political and industry leaders on IT innovation, education and economic growth, including topics related to emerging open source and software-defined data center technologies.
In addition to Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mark Templeton, several top technology innovators will be keynoting at the event, including:
- Marius Haas, President and COO, Dell Enterprise Solutions Group
- Gunther Dissertori, Distinguished Professor, ETH Zurich/CERN
- Tarkan Maner, CEO and Chairman, Nexenta
- Sanjay Mehrotra, CEO, SanDisk
- Janet Napolitano, President, University of California system
- Pat Gelsinger, CEO, VMware
- Steve Milligan, President and CEO, Western Digital
Nexenta’s OpenSDx Summit is open to all press. To request a media pass and receive media requirements, please email Allison.Darin@nexenta.com.
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