CFP: Task Force on Network-Attached Storage Architecture, Jan 8-10, 1997
Garth_Gibson at OBAN.DSSC.CS.CMU.EDU
Sat Oct 19 21:24:14 PDT 1996
* From the SCSI Reflector (scsi at symbios.com), posted by:
* Garth Gibson <Garth_Gibson at OBAN.DSSC.CS.CMU.EDU>
The Task Force on Network Storage Architecture at HICSS is open to all
HICSS attendees. Its topic will be how storage should be networked.
All opinions, including those rejecting any changes in current architectures
are sought. The task force will write a report for publication in a
widely read computer journal such as Computer.
FYI: NSIC NASD is a industry working group focussed on the evolution of
network-attached storage. See http://www.hpl.hp.com/SSP/NASD.
It will host a public forum (in addition to the above task force)
IF you come forward to speak on your projects and future plans. Please do.
garth.gibson at cs.cmu.edu
------- Forwarded Message
> Date: Fri, 18 Oct 1996 15:26:00 -0700
> From: Caroline Hess <chess at nsic.org>
> To: NASD at cello.hpl.hp.com
> Subject: Jan 97 NSIC Network-Attached Storage Devices Working Group Public Meeting
> The next NSIC NASD Public Meeting will be in conjunction with the
> Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-30)
> Task Force on Network Storage Architecture (NSA). The HICSS-30 will be held
> at the Aston Wailea Resort on the island of Maui on January 7-10, 1997. The
> NSA Task Force will focus on storage systems architecture by addressing the
> critical issue of how storage should be networked in increasingly
> high-performance local area networks. Summary papers and position
> statements will serve as the starting point for the task force's discussion.
> Additional information regarding these task force positions can be found at:
> The Network Storage Architecture Task Force/NSIC NASD Public
> Meetings are tentatively scheduled to be held from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon on
> each of Wednesday, January 8, Thursday, January 9, and Friday, January 10
> subject to conference room availability. These meetings are scheduled over
> the three days so that attendees will have time to collaborate and compose
> task force reports and to attend other HICSS task force meetings and
> technical sessions.
> A public NASD meeting in addition to the NSA Task Force Meeting has been
> tentatively scheduled on Thursday, January 9, from 1:30 to 5:00 pm, subject
> to obtaining room reservations, if and only if attendees indicate they are
> willing to present and discuss their recent work in the areas of network
> storage architectures or network attached storage devices. If you wish to
> attend this public session and agree to present to the group you must
> respond to Sharon Rotter (e-mail: sharonr at nsic.org - voice mail:
> (619)621-2553 - fax: (619)621-2551 no later than Friday, October 25.
> A private session of the NASD Core Participants has been tentatively
> scheduled for Wednesday, January 8, from 1:30 to 5:00 pm, subject to
> obtaining room reservations.
> If you wish to register for HICSS-30, Conference Registration Forms, Hotel
> Reservation Forms and the Conference Overview may be found at:
> http://www.cba.hawaii.edu/hicss/home.htm by selecting HICSS-30.
> Please note that the deadline for HICSS-30 Conference Registration
> is November 15, 1996. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU MAKE
> YOUR TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE AS
> JANUARY IS PEAK TOURIST SEASON IN HAWAII.
> Caroline Hess
> Chief Financial Officer
> National Storage Industry Consortium
> Telephone: 619-621-2558
> Fax: 619-621-2551
> E-Mail chess at nsic.org
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