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Frühere US-Außenministerin Hillary Rodham Clinton hält Grundsatzrede beim Nexenta OpenSDx Summit

Nexenta (@Nexenta), der führende Anbieter von Lösungen im Bereich Software-Defined Storage (SDS) (#softwaredefinedstorage), hat heute bekannt gegeben, dass Hillary Rodham Clinton, ehemalige US-Außenministerin und frühere US-Senatorin von New York, die Grundsatzrede beim OpenSDx Summit von Nexenta am Donnerstag, den 28. August 2014, in San Francisco halten wird.

Am letzten Tag der VMworld 2014 findet der OpenSDx Summit von Nexenta statt, eine Veranstaltung nur für geladene Gäste, die über 400 CEOs, CIOs, Investoren und VIPs zusammenbringt. Nexenta trägt die Veranstaltung jedes Jahr aus, um die Bedeutung und den Fortschritt softwaredefinierter Technologien sowie damit verbundenen Auswirkungen auf Organisationen rund um die Welt zu erörtern, während diese das Konzept des softwaredefiniertes Rechenzentrums aufgreifen. OpenSDx Summit bietet mitunter Diskussionen mit Branchenexperten über Themen wie Big Data, das Internet der Dinge, Mobilität und soziale Medien.

„Wir sind hoch erfreut, dass Ministerin Clinton die Grundsatzrede beim OpenSDx Summit halten wird“, meinte Tarkan Maner, Chairman und CEO von Nexenta. „Die öffentlichen und privaten Sektoren müssen mehr denn je zusammenarbeiten, um die Technologie bereitzustellen, die Innovation in der Weltwirtschaft vorantreibt. OpenSDx Summit befasst sich mit den entscheidenden technologischen und wirtschaftlichen Herausforderungen, die das Rückgrat der Geschäftswelt in den nächsten fünf bis zehn Jahre bilden werden.“

Nach fast vier Jahrzehnten im öffentlichen Dienst sowie im Einsatz für Kinder und Familien als First Lady, Senatorin und US-Außenministerin hilft Hillary Rodham Clinton heutzutage mit der Leitung der Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation. Darüber hinaus hat sie ihre Autobiografie Hard Choices, (deutscher Titel „Entscheidungen“) veröffentlicht, in der sie ihre Bemühungen für die Wiederherstellung von Amerikas Führungsrolle schildert, nachdem diese über acht Jahre lang beträchtlich untergraben wurde. Von der Wiederherstellung unserer strapazierten Bündnisse bis zur Aushandlung einer Waffenruhe in Gaza, die Israels Sicherheit gewährleistete und einen weiteren Krieg im Nahen Osten abwendete, von der Mobilisierung einer internationalen Koalition zur Auflage harter Sanktionen gegen den Iran bis zur Behauptung gegenüber China und der Bestätigung der USA als maßgebliche Kraft im pazifischen Raum, konnten die Menschen dank Hillary Clintons Führungsarbeit endlich wieder sagen: Amerika ist zurück. Während ihrer gesamten Karriere galt ihr Einsatz den Menschenrechten, der Internetfreiheit, Religionsfreiheit sowie den Rechten und Chancen von Frauen und Mädchen, Menschen der LGBT-Gruppe (LGBT, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) sowie jungen Menschen rund um die Welt. Zudem setzte sie sich für amerikanische Arbeiter und Unternehmen weltweit ein, um Exporte zu fördern, Arbeitsplätze im eigenen Land zu schaffen und für gerechten Wettbewerb mit Blick auf China und andere Länder zu sorgen. Im Rahmen der Clinton Foundation setzt Hillary Clinton ihre Arbeit im Namen von Frauen und Mädchen sowie im Dienste der frühkindlichen Entwicklung fort. Sie unterstützt junge Menschen, damit sie die nötigen Fähigkeiten erwerben, um gute Arbeitsplätze zu finden und an der globalen Wirtschaft teilhaben zu können. Sie bleibt ihrem Bekenntnis zur Verwirklichung des amerikanischen Traums treu.

Weitere Informationen zum Nexenta OpenSDx Summit erhalten Sie von Nexenta.

Über Nexenta

Nexenta ist der weltweite Marktführer im Bereich softwaredefinierter Speicher und stellt benutzerfreundliche, sichere und extrem kostengünstige Storage-Software-Lösungen bereit. Die Lösungen von Nexenta sind Hardware-, Protokoll- und App-agnostisch und bieten daher die Innovationsfreiheit und die Geschwindigkeit, die es Organisationen ermöglichen, die wahren Vorteile einer softwaredefinierten, zentral verwalteten IT-Infrastruktur auf der Grundlage von Cloud Computing zu verwirklichen. Nexenta ermöglicht Kapazitäten für reiche, mediengestützte Social Media-Lebensformen bis zu Mobilität, vom Internet der Dinge bis zu Big Data, von OpenStack und CloudStack bis zu Do-It-Yourself-Cloud-Anwendungen. Mithilfe eines globalen Partnernetzwerks bietet Nexenta preisgekrönte und patentierte, einheitliche, softwarebasierte Storage-Management-Lösungen, die auf einer Open-Source-Plattform und einer bahnbrechenden Vision beruhen. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf www.nexenta.com, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn und YouTube. Zudem können Sie das jüngst veröffentlichte eBook Nexenta Special Edition Software Defined Data (SDDC) for Dummies herunterladen.

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