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Subject: DataPower's CTO Tapped to Lead SOA Panel Discussion at OASIS Symposium 2005


Application-aware Networking Leader Moderates Discussion of Vertical
Industry Experts from Boeing, Cendant, General Motors, JPMorgan Chase
and Lockheed Martin on Strategies & Challenges of SOA

CAMBRIDGE, MASS - April 25, 2005 -- DataPower(r), the leading provider
of XML-aware network hardware, announced today that Eugene Kuznetsov,
DataPower's CTO, recently named one of Top 25 most influential CTOs in
the IT industry (See: DataPower's Eugene Kuznetsov named a Top CTO for
His XML-Aware Networking Vision), has been selected to lead the discussion at this year's OASIS Symposium on the topic of
Service-oriented bArchitecture (SOA) today at 3:15 p.m. CDT at the New
Orleans Marriott, New Orleans Louisiana.  Eugene will moderate a panel of distinguished industry experts and end-users of SOA gathered from
leading companies including Boeing Company, Cendant, General Motors, JP
Morgan Chase, and Lockheed Martin.  

Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) are considered by many to be the
solution for a myriad of challenges faced by today's IT organizations.
This panel of users will share overviews of their companies' SOA plans
and initiatives, as well as address the current challenges faced in
understanding, creating and implementing an SOA strategy, and how the
various industry vocabularies impact these plans. Select topics for the
panel will include SOA business benefits, SOA strategies, IT governance
and SOA security.  Panel members include moderator Eugene Kuznetsov,
DataPower; John Jackson, General Motors, Kathryn Breininger, The Boeing
Company; R. John Nida, Lockheed Martin; Bob Roth, Cendant; and Rafael M.
Martinez, JPMorgan Chase.

OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information
Standards) is a not-for-profit, international consortium that drives the
development, convergence and adoption of e-business standards. The
Symposium is open to both members and non-members of OASIS.

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