The 11th Users Meeting was held at Cobalt Japan in Odaiba. on October 31th, 2000. Featuring new product, Qube3. At that day, Linux World Expo was also held in the same place, TFT. (TFT is one of big convension center near by Tokyo, JAPAN)
Cobalt Users Group Meeting 11th in Odaiba, JAPAN http://cobaltqube.org/meeting11/index.html Hosted by: Cobalt Users Group (email@example.com) Schedule: Date: Tuesday, October 31th, 2000 Time: 18:00 - 20:00 Place: Cobalt Japan office (Phone) 03-3599-0722 Tokyo Fashion Town TFT 8F http://www.tft.co.jp/map/index.htm Program: "The black RaQ3" http://www.progressive-systems.com/products/ Mr. Sakurai of NIHON SYSTEM HOUSE introduced about Adaptive Firewall product of Progressive Systems. It is RaQ3 based OEM product of Cobalt. Currently, Cobalt bought Progressive inc. "PathNavigator" Mr. Mito of Fujitsu Techno System inctroduced his product, PathNavigator. It is fan-less x86 based small Linux server. Very interesting. Users Group asked him this session without any apointment. Just asked for it at the day. Thanks for cooperation. We like all micro servers. "The 3rd man" http://www.cobalt.com/products/qube/index.html Mr. Shibuya of Cobalt Japan introduced Qube3. It is the first product of new generation of Cobalt micro servers. So impressive.Please enjoy our photos.
The demo of Adaptive Firewall of Progressive Software, by Mr. Sakurai of NIHON SYSTEM HOUSE.
Path Navigator demo, by Mr. Mito of Fujitsu techno system.
You can change the disk to flash memory drive. He disassembled it and explained all of parts. Thanks a lot.
At last, Mr. Asuka of 12C also introduced another small server.
They exhibited it to Linux World Expo.
To all members, thanks for joining us.
Yasuda of users group disassembled it and Mr. Shibuya of Cobalt Japan explained the GUI.
Members photo. After taking this, we all withdrew quickly.
After the session, guys assembled Qube3 back. So sorry too disassemble!
Mr. Maruhashi of Stormix. Stormix also exhibited a booth.
Mr. Mori and Ms. Yaginuma of WildLab. They developed LAMB. And Mr. Sueyasu who is the editor of the magazine, NIKKEI Linux.
Linux watch of IBM.
1U server of Northern Lights. It has 2 hair dryer style fans for cooling. So they made a progress from the last model.
Silver Neon of Aquarium. It is another small server based on PC compatible hardware.
IA-64 big server of NEC.
Handy type client. We need a client appliance?
IA-64 server of Hitachi. They said it is compact model because it only use 10U space. Is it compact?
Digital Design and DEHENKEN. DEHENKEN developed a software that can extract text information from Microsoft Word document.
Another 1U server of VA Linux. It also has 2 hair dryer style fans inside. They also make a progress from the last model of them.
Crusoe note of Fujitsu.
Lance booth. Lance is the one of all in one appliance type server developer in Japan.
GK-21 will be change their model to new one. (2 machines of the bottom of the lack.)
How many differencies could you find?