DEMO 2007: Not Just For Start-Ups

Interestingly, of the 68 companies here at DEMO 2007, there are more than a few that most would consider to be “household names” in the tech sector. They include Alcatel Lucent (on stage now as I blog), Seagate (also a major sponsor), Symantec, SupportSoft and Wyse Technology. Whether this signals a dearth of viable candidates from the pure start-up and early stage companies out there, or DEMO show organizers wanted to give a nod to the larger, more established and publicly-held companies out there and acknowledge the significant technology innovations they are bringing to market, is debatable. Either way there is a great mix of participants here and I suspect this trend will continue in future DEMO events.


1 Response to “DEMO 2007: Not Just For Start-Ups”

  1. 1 Mike Downey February 2, 2007 at 5:08 am

    Uh, what about Adobe? We’re as much a “household name” as Alcatel Lucent, Seagate, Symantec, SupportSoft, and Wyse! 😉

    Here’s what we were talking about, if you’re interested:

    Mike Downey, Adobe

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