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The '06 Enterprise All-Star Issue

Vendors to the All-Stars

Hardware and software from almost 60 companies power the 2006 Enterprise All-Star projects.

By nobody, Network World
September 25, 2006 12:17 AM ET
Vendor Enterprise All-Star Technology focus
Allied Telesis City of Loma Linda Fiber to the home
Altiris Wilson & Company, Engineers and Architects Desktop management
AmberPoint MedicAlert Foundation Service-oriented architecture
Application Security Ochsner Health System Database application security
AVIcode Evolution Benefits Application performance monitoring
BladeLogic Priceline.com Automated server provisioning
CentrePath Children's Hospital of Philadelphia • Optical network and storage
Community Health Network • Optical network and storage
Cisco BNSF Logistics • Security and net infrastructure
BNSF Railway • Automated change management
Community Health Network • Optical network and storage
Kindred Healthcare • Storage-area network
FirstHealth of the Carolinas • Security infrastructure
Citrix Systems Southwest Washington Medical Center Single sign-on security
CounterStorm NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Internal intrusion prevention
DataSynapse Wachovia Bank Application virtualization
Dell Papa Gino's and D'Angelo Sandwich Shops • Trusted Platform Module security
Appalachian State University • Policy-based switching
Elemental Security University at Buffalo Health Sciences Security compliance
Elgg.org Saugus Union School District Open source online collaboration
EMC Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
• Optical network and storage
Cabell Huntington Hospital • Data archiving
Kindred Healthcare • Storage-area network
Enterasys Networks Appalachian State University Policy-based switching
EqualLogic Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering iSCSI storage
Fiberlink Communications Continental Airlines Policy-based secure access
Forum Systems MedicAlert Foundation Web services security
HP Taleo Application virtualization
IBM Community Health Network
• Optical network and storage
PHH Mortgage • Desktop
Vassar Brothers Medical Center • Wireless infrastructure
IBM Global Services Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Optical network and storage
Imprivata Southwest Washington Medical Center Single sign-on security
InnerWireless Vassar Brothers Medical Center Wireless infrastructure
Intelligent Computer Solutions PHH Mortgage Desktop management
IPCop.org BNSF Logistics Security and net infrastructure
Juniper Harvard Business School • Security infrastructure
Paccess • WAN application acceleration
University at Buffalo Health Sciences • Security compliance
Layer 3 Communications City of Loma Linda Fiber to the home
McAfee Harvard Business School Security infrastructure
Microsoft MedicAlert Foundation
Service-oriented architecture
PHH Mortgage
Mindreef Evolution Benefits Application performance monitoring
Network Intelligence FirstHealth of the Carolinas Security infrastructure
Nortel BNSF Railway • Automated change management
Goldsmith Agio Helms • Convergence
Opsware BNSF Railway Automated change management
Orthogon Systems (now Motorola) Kansas City Power & Light Wireless network
Packeteer Harvard Business School • Security infrastructure
Inergy Automotive Systems • WAN quality of service
Pillar Data Systems Las Vegas Review-Journal Tiered storage
Plasmon Cabell Huntington Hospital Data archiving
Polycom Wound Technology Network Wireless-based telemedicine
PolyServe Taleo Application virtualization
Quagga.net BNSF Logistics Security and net infrastructure
Reactivity Aeroplan Service-oriented architecture
Red Hat Taleo Application virtualization
Riverbed Technology U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General WAN optimization
Securify 1-800-flowers.com Internal threat monitoring
Skybox Security Credit Suisse Application dependency mapping
Softricity (now a Microsoft company Alamance Regional Medical Center • Application virtualization
Southwest Washington Medical Center • Single sign-on security
SonicWall Wound Technology Network Wireless-based telemedicine
Symantec University at Buffalo Health Sciences Security compliance
The Information Management Group City of Loma Linda Fiber to the home
Verizon Wound Technology Network Wireless-based telemedicine
Vitria Technology MasterBrand Cabinets Supply-chain management
VMware Las Vegas Review-Journal • Tiered storage
Subaru of Indiana Automotive • Server virtualization
Vocera Communications Vassar Brothers Medical Center Wireless infrastructure
Vontu Prudential Financial Extrusion detection
Wave Systems Papa Gino's and D'Angelo Sandwich Shops Trusted Platform Module security

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