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The Third Annual Southern California Linux Expo

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Premier Sponsors

IBM - Gold Sponsor

IBM is the world's largest information technology company, with 80 years of leadership in helping businesses innovate. IBM Software offers the widest range of middleware and operating systems for all types of computing platforms, allowing customers to take full advantage of the new era of e-business.

Yosemite Technologies - Registration Sponsor

Yosemite Technologies(tm) is a global provider of enterprise caliber backup solutions for the small-to-medium enterprise (SME). Yosemite provides a heterogeneous solution that protects environments running Microsoft(r) Windows, Linux, Novell NetWare(r) and UNIX. Heterogeneous support combined with a multi-tier architecture for scalability and concurrent data streams for rapid backup and recovery are examples of how Yosemite is redefining data protection for the SME. Yosemite has developed strong technology and channel partnerships with leading companies including HP, Dell, Microsoft, Certance, and Iomega. The company's commitment to Backup Simplified(tm) represents Yosemite's focus on delivering products that offer unmatched performance, ease-of-use and value.

Linkline Communications - ISP Sponsor

Our mission is to provide the highest quality, most comprehensive information services solutions to business, government, and educational organizations utilizing state-of-the-art technologies and motivated, talented people.


SugarCRM is the premier commercial open source customer relationship management application provider, breaking the rules set by conventional CRM solutions. The limitations of traditional CRM software can be summarized by the lack of flexibility, high costs, and closed-source structure which is embedded into the traditional product offerings. This has led to a failure rate of over 70% with traditional CRM implementations.