Vendors to the All-Stars

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

VendorEnterprise All-StarTechnology focus
Allied TelesisCity of Loma LindaFiber to the home
AltirisWilson & Company, Engineers and ArchitectsDesktop management
AmberPointMedicAlert FoundationService-oriented architecture
Application SecurityOchsner Health SystemDatabase application security
AVIcodeEvolution BenefitsApplication performance monitoring
BladeLogicPriceline.comAutomated server provisioning
CentrePathChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia• Optical network and storage
Community Health Network• Optical network and storage
CiscoBNSF 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 SystemsSouthwest Washington Medical CenterSingle sign-on security
CounterStormNewYork-Presbyterian HospitalInternal intrusion prevention
DataSynapseWachovia BankApplication virtualization
DellPapa Gino's and D'Angelo Sandwich Shops• Trusted Platform Module security
Appalachian State University• Policy-based switching
Elemental SecurityUniversity at Buffalo Health SciencesSecurity compliance
Elgg.orgSaugus Union School DistrictOpen source online collaboration

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

• Optical network and storage
Cabell Huntington Hospital• Data archiving
Kindred Healthcare• Storage-area network
Enterasys NetworksAppalachian State UniversityPolicy-based switching
EqualLogicFranklin W. Olin College of EngineeringiSCSI storage
Fiberlink CommunicationsContinental AirlinesPolicy-based secure access
Forum SystemsMedicAlert FoundationWeb services security
HPTaleoApplication virtualization

Community Health Network

• Optical network and storage
PHH Mortgage• Desktop
Vassar Brothers Medical Center• Wireless infrastructure
IBM Global ServicesChildren's Hospital of PhiladelphiaOptical network and storage
ImprivataSouthwest Washington Medical CenterSingle sign-on security
InnerWirelessVassar Brothers Medical CenterWireless infrastructure
Intelligent Computer SolutionsPHH MortgageDesktop management
IPCop.orgBNSF LogisticsSecurity and net infrastructure
JuniperHarvard Business School• Security infrastructure
Paccess• WAN application acceleration
University at Buffalo Health Sciences• Security compliance
Layer 3 CommunicationsCity of Loma LindaFiber to the home
McAfeeHarvard Business SchoolSecurity infrastructure

MedicAlert Foundation

Service-oriented architecture
PHH Mortgage
MindreefEvolution BenefitsApplication performance monitoring
Network IntelligenceFirstHealth of the CarolinasSecurity infrastructure
NortelBNSF Railway• Automated change management
Goldsmith Agio Helms• Convergence
OpswareBNSF RailwayAutomated change management
Orthogon Systems (now Motorola)Kansas City Power & LightWireless network
PacketeerHarvard Business School• Security infrastructure
Inergy Automotive Systems• WAN quality of service
Pillar Data SystemsLas Vegas Review-JournalTiered storage
PlasmonCabell Huntington HospitalData archiving
PolycomWound Technology NetworkWireless-based telemedicine
PolyServeTaleoApplication virtualization
Quagga.netBNSF LogisticsSecurity and net infrastructure
ReactivityAeroplanService-oriented architecture
Red HatTaleoApplication virtualization
Riverbed TechnologyU.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector GeneralWAN optimization
Securify1-800-flowers.comInternal threat monitoring
Skybox SecurityCredit SuisseApplication dependency mapping
Softricity (now a Microsoft companyAlamance Regional Medical Center• Application virtualization
Southwest Washington Medical Center• Single sign-on security
SonicWallWound Technology NetworkWireless-based telemedicine
SymantecUniversity at Buffalo Health SciencesSecurity compliance
The Information Management GroupCity of Loma LindaFiber to the home
VerizonWound Technology NetworkWireless-based telemedicine
Vitria TechnologyMasterBrand CabinetsSupply-chain management
VMwareLas Vegas Review-Journal• Tiered storage
Subaru of Indiana Automotive• Server virtualization
Vocera CommunicationsVassar Brothers Medical CenterWireless infrastructure
VontuPrudential FinancialExtrusion detection
Wave SystemsPapa Gino's and D'Angelo Sandwich ShopsTrusted Platform Module security

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