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Infosmack is 100!

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OMG it's Epic! Yes, Infosmack, our favourite enterprise tech podcast, is 100 episodes old today.

And hosts Greg Knieriemen and Marc Farley, with the Diva of Disruptive Technologies, Christina Weil have pulled out all the stops for a Really Epic show, with special emphasis on Cisco.

Special guests this week are Robin Harris of StorageMojo and Greg Schulz of StorageIO.

This week we discuss:

Episode 100 show notes

  • Banter: Episode 100
  • Banter: Christina and Greg will be at Dell Storage Forum for “Infosmack Live!” on June 7th in Orlando
  • Cisco and the future with EMC and VMware
  • In light of Cisco's problems, is UCS sustainable?
  • Impact of Cisco problems on VCE
  • NetApp and Quantum speculation
  • Sony and the death of Blu-ray
  • Content distribution, streaming video, Hulu and Netflix

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