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Again, an outstanding program for the 10th Edition of The IT Press Tour in December 2012


6 new Hot Tech companies - Bitcasa, MuleSoft, Riverbed, Starboard Storage, Symform, Virsto - join the IT Press Tour for a total of 13, great week in perspective


Paris, France - November 19, 2012 - The IT Press Tour, a media event launched in June 2010, today unveiled the participant companies* for the 10th Edition. Thirteen Hot Technology companies will be met 1st week of December by the EMEA press tour group: Bitcasa, Cloudera, Engine Yard, EVault, MuleSoft, Nimble Storage, Riverbed, Scality, SolidFire, Starboard Storage Systems, Symform, Tintri and Virsto.


"It represents 72 unique companies* since the 1st tour in June 2010 for a total of 98 sessions so on average 10 companies per tour, a good balance for our group. A few new members are added to the EMEA press group with journalists coming form UK, Italy and Poland." said Celine Coustaut, co-owner of The IT Press Tour.


"The IT Press Tour is a well known and established event for a few editions now, companies secure their participation very early to be sure they will be able to join the 'wave'. It's all about execution and values for all parties - companies, press and organizer - no doubt." continues Celine Coustaut.


Two New Editions of The IT Press Tour are planned for 2013, the next one will take place in San Francisco and Silicon Valley the week of 24th of June. For more information, please contact


About The IT Press Tour
The IT Press Tour is operated, organized, promoted and initiated by The Condor Consulting Group, a Marketing Services and Consulting Firm based in France. The IT Press Tour is dedicated to IT infrastructure such as Storage, Network, Security, Virtualization and Cloud technologies. For more informations, please visit, send an email to and follow #ITPT under Twitter (!/search/%23itpt).


*sponsors by alphabetical order: A10 Networks, AetherStore, Arista Networks, Arkeia, Avere Systems, Backblaze, Backupify, Bitcasa, Blade Network Technologies (before and after IBM acquisition), Box, Caringo, CDNetworks, Cloudera, Clustrix, Copiun, Coraid, CTera Networks, DataCore, Delphix, Druva, Egenera, eMeter, Emulex, Engine Yard, EVault (formerly i365), ExaGrid, FalconStor, F5 Networks, Fusion-io, High Cloud Security, Hortonworks, Isilon, Joyent, Librato, Lookout Mobile Security, MapR Technologies, MuleSoft, Nexenta, NexGen Storage, Nicira Networks, Nimble Storage, Nimbus Data Systems, Nine Technology, NuoDB (formerly NimbusDB), OpenStack, Palo Alto Networks, Panzura, Plug and Play Tech Center, Proofpoint, Pure Storage, Quantum, RainStor, Riverbed, Sanbolic, Scality, SolidFire, Solix, Sonian, Starboard Storage Systems, StorSimple, Sumo Logic, Symform, Tintri, TwinStrata, Varonis, Violin Memory, Virsto, Virtual Instruments, WhipTail, Zadara Storage, Zoho and Zscaler.

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