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AT&T - The world's networking company AT&T has been known for unparalleled quality and reliability in communications for more than 125 years. Backed by the research and development capabilities of AT&T Labs, the company is a global leader in local, long distance, Internet and transaction-based voice and data services. Actively participating in the VoIP marketplace since 1997, AT&T -- the largest carrier of IP traffic in North America -- is unique in its ability to serve all the key VoIP market segments. From individual users to the largest multinational enterprises, AT&T delivers a wide array of VoIP services and has unrivaled expertise when it comes to designing, deploying and managing VoIP solutions.
Business.com is the web's leading search and directory service dedicated exclusively to business. The goal of Business.com is to provide business professionals access to the business resources they need including products and services, company information, jobs and business news. With currently over 65,000 business categories and subcategories available, the Business.com directory provides valuable utility to its users, while advertisers are afforded laser-focused targeting to reach only the most qualified prospects. Business.com is the web's leading search and directory service dedicated exclusively to business. The goal of Business.com is to provide business professionals access to the business resources they need including products and services, company information, jobs and business news. With currently over 65,000 business categories and subcategories available, the Business.com directory provides valuable utility to its users, while advertisers are afforded laser-focused targeting to reach only the most qualified prospects.
The eBay Developers Program enables developers to create innovative solutions that tap into the power of eBay, The World's Online Marketplace®. Program members create a variety of solutions that meet the diverse needs of the 95 million registered users on eBay.
Google is a global technology leader focused on improving the way people connect with information. Google's innovations in web search and advertising have made its website a top Internet destination and its brand one of the most recognized in the world. Google maintains the world's largest online index of websites and other content, and Google makes this information freely available to anyone with an Internet connection. Google's automated search technology helps people obtain nearly instant access to relevant information from it vast online index.
Laszlo Systems provides a new generation of server software that enables rich Internet applications to be deployed into any browser today. Laszlo's technology allows companies to rapidly build Internet applications that combine the usability of desktop software with the administrative advantages of server-based deployment. The end result is a quicker, richer, smarter and more fluid Internet.
Overture Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yahoo! Inc., offers essential marketing services for companies doing business online. The company's search-based products and tools help businesses connect with highly motivated customers. Overture is based in Pasadena, Calif. with U.S. offices in New York, Chicago and San Mateo, CA. The headquarters for Overture's non-U.S. business is in Ireland, with offices across Europe, Asia, and Australia.
The PayPal Developer Network provides free technical education and resources to over 250,000 businesses and developers creating eCommerce tools, solutions and websites. With PayPal Website Payments and PayPal Web Services, it's easy for both large and small businesses to accept payments online.
Quova, Inc., is the world leader in Web geography services and technologies for the online enterprise. By instantly determining the real-world location of any website visitor – at country, state or city level – Quova’s geolocation technology creates a powerful e-commerce business model for 150 customers, including Major League Baseball, IBM SurfAid, HPShopping, Absolut, Sky Sports and BBC. Online financial enterprises and merchants prevent fraud by matching customer registration addresses with actual locations. Digital video providers deliver online content while complying with regulatory boundaries. Online casinos protect themselves by knowing whether a customer is in a legal betting location. And online marketers generate revenues with targeted ads and localized messaging.
Rojo Networks Inc. is pioneering a new way for people who consume media online to discover, organize and share the broadest range of dynamic content ever available on the Internet. Rojo takes the growing wealth of RSS and Atom feeds published by web sites, blogs, discussion boards and various corporations and gives the user choice and control of all of these in one place. Rojo’s personal relevance system help consumers discover and customize content while Rojo's community features enable readers to easily share what they are reading with their friends and colleagues. Rojo also licenses services for publishers and bloggers to better serve the expanding audience for content feeds. Web2.0 attendees are invited participate in Rojo’s invitation-only beta trials by emailing their first and last name to email@example.com.
Schematic is one of the nation’s leading interactive agencies. Headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in New York and Atlanta, the firm provides award-winning design, user interface, and technology solutions for the Web, advanced devices and television. Schematic serves clients in multiple industry verticals including; media and entertainment, healthcare and consumer electronics. The company develops across a wide array of platforms, including set-top boxes, game consoles, mobile devices, and the Internet. Recently completed projects include the new Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade service, application development for Nielsen, Cablevision’s new set-top gaming service, the Gold's Gym Web site and CRM system and broadcast design for the NFL Network.
Sparkpr is one of the top independent PR agencies in the Silicon Valley. We’ve put dozens of companies in motion and delivered strategic results to major corporations. Sparkpr combines the personal care of a boutique agency with the long-standing media relationships and strategic counsel of the most established firms. Our devotion to clients is built into our structure and ideology. We create plans that align with client’s business goals and recognize that persistence and expertise are necessary to execute it. We set sky-high standards for ourselves and our clients and stop at nothing to exceed client expectations every day. Sparkpr will sponsor the opening evening cocktail party proceeding the Marc Cuban dinner and will be represented in the Web 2.0 Sponsor Gallery throughout the conference.
Morpheus is the hugely popular file sharing and search software created by StreamCast Networks™, Inc. Over 126 million copies of Morpheus have been downloaded since its debut in 2001 making it the forth most downloaded Internet application of all time according to CNET's download.com. The Morpheus user base numbers in the millions and is expected to grow even larger with the introduction of the new NEOnet™ next generation P2P technology. Beyond file sharing applications, the fully decentralized NEOnet technology utilizing DHT will revolutionize all types of distributed communications applications including Instant Messaging, VoIP, email and more.
Sxip Networks is developing identity management technologies that will usher in a new era for the exchange of personal digital information on the web. The goal of the next generation web is to provide a rich, simple user experience that offers users a trusted and secure mechanism to manage the privacy of their personal information. A strong identity architecture will eliminate silos of personal information and enable users to control their digital identity across the Internet.
Yahoo! is a leading global Internet communications, commerce and media company that offers a comprehensive branded network of services to more than 274 million individuals each month worldwide. As the first online navigational guide to the Web, www.yahoo.com is the leading guide in terms of traffic, advertising, household and business user reach. Yahoo! is the No. 1 Internet brand globally and reaches the largest audience worldwide.
BUSINESS 2.0 magazine is the playbook for business for a new generation of leader. It explores the new ways smart companies — and the people who lead them — are using strategy, technology, and innovation to succeed. Every issue of BUSINESS 2.0 magazine highlights the new and innovative ideas that are fundamentally changing the game, providing business influencers with actionable solutions they can apply to their business and personal lives today. BUSINESS 2.0 magazine’s editorial delivers key strategies, game-changing ideas and trends and technologies; it’s about “what works” and what’s changing the face of business.
CNET Networks, Inc. is a premier global interactive content company that informs, entertains, and connects large, engaged audiences with content in the personal technology, games and entertainment, and business technology categories. Known for its editorial expertise, the company combines its award winning content with the power of interactive technology to provide its users an intuitive, dynamic and relevant environment. The company's content portfolio features top brands including CNET, ZDNet, TechRepublic, GameSpot, and mySimon, as well as Computer Shopper magazine, and CNET Channel. With a strong presence in the US, Asia and Europe, CNET Networks has operations in 12 countries.
I Want Media is a media news and resource site, providing quick access to media information across the Web -- news, publications, statistics, trade organizations, job boards, and more. I Want Media will e-mail readers media headlines each weekday morning and answer reader questions about the media. The site features original interviews and commentary from industry leaders, ranging from Time Warner CEO Richard Parsons to cybergossip Matt Drudge. Forbes.com describes I Want Media as a Web site that contains everything media professionals need to stay ahead of the game on a daily basis: industry news, gossip and intelligence on the media industry in all its forms.
For 25 years, InfoWorld Media Group has provided cutting-edge coverage and evaluation of IT products and services for technology experts in senior management. Through integrated channels including print, online, and events, InfoWorld reaches the most influential senior-level information technologists. Powered by a continued investment in an independent Test Center, InfoWorld analysts and editors provide both hands-on analysis and evaluation, as well as expert commentary on issues surrounding emerging technologies and products. Please visit us at www.InfoWorld.com.
O'Reilly Network is the Online Resource for Open and Emerging Technologies. You trust O'Reilly to help you do your job more efficiently and effectively. And you can trust O'Reilly Network to deepen your knowledge and technical skills. O'Reilly Network offers information beyond O'Reilly books, from thought-provoking articles to extensive, searchable resources. It's your essential technology site before and after conferences: www.oreillynet.com.
OSTG is the leading independent network of technical sites for IT and development professionals working with Open Source and proprietary platforms and languages. OSTG sites include www.linux.com, the resource for enterprise Linux, www.itmanagersjournal.com, providing tactical business strategies for IT managers and www.newsforge.com, the online newspaper for Linux and Open Source. Other sites include Slashdot.org, the award-winning news discussion site; and SourceForge.net, the world's largest collaborative open source software development site.
OSTG (Open Source Technology Group) is the most influential technology network on the Web today, comprehensively covering IT from an Open Source and innovative technologies perspective for IT managers and development professionals. Technology-focused sites include Slashdot.org, SourceForge.net, ITManagersJournal.com, NewsForge.com, Linux.com and freshmeat.net. For more information, visit www.ostg.com.
Safari Books Online is an on-demand digital library providing subscription access to thousands of online books and videos for
technology, creative and business professionals. Our constantly growing collection includes exclusive access to resources from O'Reilly Media, Microsoft Press, Addison-Wesley, Prentice Hall,
Cisco Press, as well as hundreds of titles from Wrox, Apress and Manning.
Six Revisions (sixrevisions.com) is a website that publishes practical and useful content for web designers and web developers. We seek to present exceptional tips, tutorials, and resources that the modern web professional will appreciate.
TechWeekEurope UK (www.techweekeurope.co.uk), is the authoritative UK source for news, features and reviews of business technology. Drawing on a pool of UK tech journalists, and in association Ziff Davis Enterprise's eWEEK.com, its aim is to help IT decision makers enhance their business with technology. The site provides insight on topics including mobility, security, cloud computing, public sector and sustainable IT to a rapidly growing audience that increasingly sees the issues as business-critical. TechWeek Europe UK is published by NetMediaEurope, a leading B2B IT publisher owning a portfolio of more than 40 sites across Europe.
Topix.net is the Internet’s Largest News Site. Topix.net gives users the news they want, with over 150,000 categories of news including individual news pages about 30,000 US localities, 5,000 companies and 30,000 celebrities, sports teams and industry segments. For advertisers, Topix.net enables localized advertising to the zip code level online, as well as giving businesses the ability to connect to a large list of highly specific audiences. For publishers, Topix.net also sells customized news feeds. Unlike other news sites who categorize only by keyword, Topix.net’s technology categorizes accurately by concept. Topix.net is headed by the executive team that founded the Open Directory Project at Netscape.
Turbobytes provides an intelligent multi-CDN platform, enabling publishers, webshops, ad networks and others to have their static content delivered by several global content delivery networks, with a single contract. The platform closely monitors CDN performance from an end-user point of view, analyzes the data in real-time and makes sure content is always delivered by the fastest CDN everywhere in the world. Customers benefit from faster content reliability, higher reliability, great pricing and excellent service.
WIRED Magazine covers the people, companies, technologies, and ideas that are transforming our world. With authoritative reporting, incisive analysis, and award winning design, WIRED captures the world in progress by focusing on what’s next. WIRED's editorial attracts an unduplicated readership of the most important people shaping our future – educated, affluent leaders with a passion for business, technology, design and the latest trends.
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