FOSE 2006

The GCN Best of FOSE 2006

Judges from GCN and sister publication Washington Technology examined roughly 200 nominated products to name 13 GCN Best of FOSE winners and two grand-prize Best of Show winners. The three-day show, the 30th edition of FOSE, was staged by GCN's parent company PostNewsweek Tech Media.

The Best of Show winners were:

  • Altiris Software Virtualization Solution, application management software
  • Kodak Scan Station 100, a computer-less office scanner.

The other Best of FOSE winners:

  • American Power Conversion InfraStruXure InRow RC, a data center cooling device
  • Attila Technologies Intelligent Multi Network Mobile Communicator, a portable mesh radio system
  • EDAC Systems VeriDact, an enterprise document redaction program
  • Hewlett-Packard Officejet Pro K550, a laser-quality inkjet printer
  • Iocell VaccineDrive/LiveCall USB, a key drive with built-in antivirus protection
  • Itronix GoBook VR-1, a semi-rugged laptop
  • Kyos TransFORM, forms processing software
  • Palm Treo 700w, a Microsoft Windows-based handheld device
  • Panasonic Toughbook Arbitrator, an in-car digital video system
  • RIM BlackBerry Smart Card Reader, a Bluetooth-enabled wireless Personal Identity Verification reader
  • SEPATON S2100-ES2, a virtual tape library storage solution
  • Stellent Site Studio, content management software
  • Sun Fire 'Galaxy' X64 Server, a low-power, AMD Opteron-based server.

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