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3rd ROK/US Combined
TECHNET KOREA 2018

Overview

Host: AFCEA 169 / Defense of Information and Communication Association/SCRA
Setup Dates: Monday 14 May | 15:00 -17:00 / Tuesday 15 May | 09:00 -12:00
Exhibit Dates:

  • Tuesday May 15th | 13:00 ~ 16:45
  • Wednesday, May 16th | 09:00 ~ 17:00
  • Thursday May 17th | 09:00 ~ 14:00

Location: War Memorial Museum Wedding Hall 

  • Exhibition: 1st Floor & 3rd Floor
  • Training: 3rd Floor

AGENDA

Monday, May 14

07:00 – 16:00

Bus Tour & Briefing of Cp. Humphreys
Wedding Hall

15:00 – 18:00

Main Setup Day
Wedding Hall

Tuesday, May 15

SPEAKERS

Welcome Speech 

  • CFC Deputy Commander: GEN Kim, Byoung Joo

Opening Ceremony Keynote Speech 

SPONSORED BY

  • LTG Michael Bills; CDR Eight US Army
  • LTG(r) Chun, In- Bum; former CDR ROK Special Operations

09:00 ~ 12:00

Final Setup of Exhibits
Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

09:00 ~ 16:30

Registration Desk Hours
Wedding Hall 1F

09:00 ~ 16:30

Training Sessions
Wedding Hall 3F

13:00 ~ 17:00

Exhibits Open
Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

14:30 ~ 16:00

Panel Discussion I (see below)
Wedding Hall – 3F

17:00 ~ 20:00

Opening Ceremony – Entertainment , Keynote Dinner – Sponsored by DELL EMC, IRONBOW, CDWG, WWT
Mugunghwa Room – 3F

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

How the Emergence of 5G Supports C4I interoperability
(US / ROK Active Duty, Industry).

Time: 14:30 ~ 16:00

  • COL Randy Wardle: EUSA G6 (Moderator)
  • Kim, Il Yong: Korea Telecom
  • LTC; ROK JCS
  • Mr. Ray Ivie, LGS Innovations
  • Gary Schwartz, Verizon

Wednesday, May 16

Exhibitor Setup

TechNet 2018 Exhibition Opens

Panel #1 Discussion I (5G)

Opening Ceremony – Entertainment , Keynote Dinner

Wedding Hall 1F, 2F, 3F

Wedding Hall 1F, 2F, 3F

Mugunghwa Hall – 3F

Mugunghwa Hall – 3F

SPEAKERS

Luncheon Keynote Speech

SPONSORED BY

Rear. Admiral Anders Grenstad, UNC Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission and Head of the Swedish Delegation

GEN (r) Jung, Seung-Jo, 37 Chairman of ROK Joint Chiefs of Staff

09:00 ~ 16:30

Registration Desk Hours
Wedding Hall 1F

09:00 ~ 16:30

Training Sessions
Wedding Hall 3F

09:00 ~ 17:00

Exhibits Open
Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

10:00 ~ 11:30

Panel Discussion II (see below)
Mugunghwa Room – 3F
 

12:00 ~ 13:30

Keynote Luncheon / Entertainment – Sponsored by Cisco
Mugunghwa Room – 3F
 

14:30 ~ 16:00

Panel Discussion III (see below)
Mugunghwa Room – 3F

17:30 ~ 22:00

After Hours Social – Sponsored by General Dynamics IT and Riverbed
Vatos Itaewon (Badges Required of Guest)

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

How do we produce Joint/Combined Cyber Warriors?

Time: 10:00 ~ 11:30 

  • MG Jo, Sung Sik: Former CDR ROK Cyber CMD (Lead)
  • Mr. Song, Yong Ik: ROK Cyber School
  • Jim West: Cyber Consultant to NSA
  • Mr. Steve Septoff: VP Dell EMC Fed for Infrastructure Solutions Group.
  • Mr. Kwon, Suk Cheol
  • Mr. Kim, Jin Seok

Joint/Combined and Coalition Interoperability on the Battlefield

Time: 14:30 ~ 16:00

  • COL (r) Lee, Hun Dong: Director, ROK Joint Interoperability Center (lead)
  • Mr. Steven Tatum: Former Deputy USARPAC G6
  • COL Dethlefs (7AF/A6, Director, Communications & Information)
  • COL Mark Schonberg: USFK C4I. Director TF Mercury
  • LTC Hwang, Sun Woong; KIDA
  • LTC Lee, Sik; ROK JCS
  • LTC Moon, Jung Hyuk; ROK Signal Command

Thursday, May 17

09:00 ~ 13:00

Exhibits Open
Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

10:30 ~ 12:00

Panel Discussion IV (see below)
Wedding Hall – 3F

12:00 ~ 13:00

Closing Remarks / Presentations
Wedding Hall – 3F

17:30 ~ 22:00

After Hours Social – Sponsored by General Dynamics IT and Riverbed
Vatos Itaewon (Badges Required of Guest)

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

How Contracting is done as a Combined (ROK/US) effort in Korea

Time: 10:30 ~ 12:00

  • CSB: COL. Robert S. Mathews, Jr.
  • ROK MND: LTC Jung, Woo Suk
  • FED : Mr Nicholas Johnston (tentative)

Monday, May 14

07:00 – 16:00


15:00 – 18:00

Bus Tour and Briefing of Cp. Humphreys

Main Setup Day

Wedding Hall


Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

Tuesday, May 15

SPEAKERS

Welcome Speech 

  • CFC Deputy Commander: GEN Kim, Byoung Joo

Opening Ceremony Keynote Speech 

  • LTG Michael Bills; CDR Eight US Army
  • LTG(r) Chun, In- Bum; former CDR ROK Special Operations

09:00 ~ 12:00

09:00 ~ 16:30

09:00 ~ 16:30

13:00 ~ 17:00

14:30 ~ 16:00

17:00 ~ 20:00

Final Setup of Exhibits

Registration Desk Hours

Training Sessions

Exhibits Open

Panel Discussion (see below)

Opening Ceremony – Entertainment , Keynote Dinner – Sponsored by DELL EMC, IRONBOW, CDWG, WWT

Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

Wedding Hall 1F

Wedding Hall 3F

Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

Mugunghwa Room – 3F


Mugunghwa Room – 3F

Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

Wedding Hall 1F

Wedding Hall 3F

Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

Mugunghwa Room – 3F

Mugunghwa Room – 3F

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

How the Emergence of 5G Supports C4I interoperability
(US / ROK Active Duty, Industry).

Time: 14:30 ~ 16:00

  • COL Randy Wardle: EUSA G6 (Moderator)
  • Kim, Il Yong: Korea Telecom
  • LTC; ROK JCS
  • Mr. Ray Ivie, LGS Innovations
  • Gary Schwartz, Verizon

Wednesday, May 16

SPEAKERS

Luncheon Keynote Speech

Rear. Admiral Anders Grenstad | UNC Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission and Head of the Swedish Delegation

GEN (r) Jung, Seung-Jo, 37 Chairman of ROK Joint Chiefs of Staff

09:00 ~ 16:30

09:00 ~ 16:30

09:00 ~ 17:00

10:00 ~ 11:30

12:00 ~ 13:30

 

14:30 ~ 16:00

17:30 ~ 22:00

Registration Desk Hours

Training Sessions

Exhibits Open

Panel Discussion II (see below)

Keynote Luncheon / Entertainment – Sponsored by Cisco

Panel Discussion III (see below)

Wedding Hall 1F

Wedding Hall 3F

Wedding Hall 1F, 3F

Mugunghwa Room – 3F

Mugunghwa Room – 3F

 

Mugunghwa Room – 3F

Vatos Itaewon

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

How do we produce Joint/Combined Cyber Warriors?

Time: 10:00 ~ 11:30 

  • MG Jo, Sung Sik: Former CDR ROK Cyber CMD (Moderator)
  • Mr. Song, Yong Ik: ROK Cyber School
  • Jim West: Cyber Consultant to NSA
  • Mr. Steve Septoff: VP Dell EMC Fed for Infrastructure Solutions Group.
  • Mr. Kwon, Suk Cheol
  • Mr. Kim, Jin Seok

Joint/Combined and Coalition Interoperability on the Battlefield

Time: 14:30 ~ 16:00

  • COL (r) Lee, Hun Dong: Director, ROK Joint Interoperability Center (Moderator)
  • Mr. Steven Tatum: Former Deputy USARPAC G6
  • COL Dethlefs (7AF/A6, Director, Communications & Information)
  • COL Mark Schonberg: USFK C4I. Director TF Mercury
  • LTC Hwang, Sun Woong; KIDA
  • LTC Lee, Sik; ROK JCS
  • LTC Moon, Jung Hyuk; ROK Signal Command

Thursday, May 17

09:00 ~ 13:00

10:30 ~ 12:00

12:00 ~ 13:00

17:30 ~ 22:00

Exhibits Open

Panel Discussion IV (see below)

Wedding Hall 1F

Wedding Hall – 3F

Wedding Hall – 3F

Closing Ceremony with Raffle Drawing for Prizes

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

How Contracting is done as a Combined (ROK/US) effort in Korea

Time: 10:30 ~ 11:30

  • CSB: COL. Robert S. Mathews, Jr
  • ROK MND: LTC Jung, Woo Suk
  • FED : Mr Nicholas Johnston (tentative)

SPEAKERS

General Kim Byung-Joo is a graduate of the Korea Military Academy (B.A. in Philosophy), Joennam University (M.A. in Business), and Kyunggi University (Ph. D in Politics). General Kim is the Deputy Commander of the Combined Forces Command, and the Commander of the Ground Component Command. He had also served in commanding general at the 3rd Corps and the Army Missile Command. He also worked at CS in several positions including Deputy Assistant Chief of Strategic Planning and Joint fires head of section and the staff officer of the Military Committee Meeting. He has served in various international positions as well, including ROK deployment officer at CENTCOM during the Iraq War, UNC observer at India and Pakistan.

Commanding General, Eighth Army Chief of Staff, Combined Forces Command 

Lieutenant General Michael A. Bills, a native of New York, received his commission in December 1983 through the Army Reserve Officers’
Training Corps program at George Mason University.  Lieutenant General Bills holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Master of Strategic Studies. His military education includes the Armor Officer Basic and Advance Courses and is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College and the United States Army War College. 

Lieutenant General Bills most recently served as the Assistant Chief of Staff U-3/C-3/J-3, United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command/United States Forces Korea. He now serves as the Commanding General, Eighth Army and Chief of Staff Combined Forces Command. 

RADM Grenstad is graduated from the Advanced Command Course at the Swedish National Defence College. His first flag assignment, 1st of July 2005, was as Chief of Staff Royal Swedish Navy, then in 2007 he assumed the position as Chief of Staff

Swedish Navy and Commander Maritime Component Command. In April, 2011, RADM Grenstad was appointed to Head of Swedish delegation to the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission in Korea where he served for over 2,5 years.

In 2014 he was appointed as deputy Chief of Joint Operations at the Swedish Armed Forces Headquarters until January 2016 when he was appointed Acting Chief of Joint Operations until June when he took over as head of veteran’s affairs and preparations for a second tour to Korea. Since May 2017, RADM Grenstad has served as Head of Swedish delegation to Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission in Korea 2017-2019.

RADM Grenstad is a fellow of the Royal Society of Naval Sciences and the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences. his personal decorations include; Republic of Singapore’s Meritorious Service Medal, the United States Legion of Merit (Commander), l ́ordre National du Mérit (France). The Republic of Poland Defence Forces Medal in Gold, Korean Service Medal, the United States Legion of Merit (Officer).

Colonel Mark R. Schonberg is a native of Council Bluffs, Iowa. He holds Masters Degrees in Information Systems and Strategic Studies, and received his bachelors from Iowa State University.

COL Schonberg has served in various leadership positions in Korea; Ft. Riley, Kansas; Hawaii; Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas; and Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, and across Europe.

He served as the Commander of the 39th Signal Battalion in Belgium, and later as the Chief of Staff for 5th Signal Command in Germany.  His most recent assignments prior to his current duties were the ISAF CJ6 Operations and Plans Chief in Afghanistan, the Army’s Cyber Capabilities Development and Integration Director (CDID), and the Army Cyber Command’s Deputy Chief of Staff and G6.

He is currently serving as the United States Forces, Korea, C4I Joint Working Group Co-Chairman and the Director of Task Force Mercury in charge of the C4I build-out in support of the $12 Billion Yongsan Relocation Program.

COL Randolph Wardle is currently the Eighth Army Assistant Chief of Staff, G6. COL Wardle took command in July 2016. As the G6, he supports the Commander of Eighth Army and United States Forces Korea by advising on information technology functions as well as CYBER security operations. This includes advising on the impact of communications security, force structure, equipping, budgeting and employment of network, communications, and signal capabilities. Prior to assuming command in Korea, COL Wardle completed graduate studies at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania in 2016.

He has more than 30 years of experience as a U.S. Army Signal and Infantry Officer, including three years as the Joint Staff J6 Coalition Branch Chief at the Pentagon from 2012-2015. COL Wardle previously served as the G3, 5th Signal Command in the European Theater from 2011- 2012. There he was the primary provider of C4I support, managing over $65 million in annual budgets and operational control of five Signal battalions, as well as associated theater support initiatives. From 2009-2011 he served as the G6, 1st Armored Division in Europe and Iraq in support of non-combat and combat-related Command and Control operations. Previous duties have included G6, 25th Infantry Division (Light) in support of combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as Program Manager for the fielding and training of the Joint Network Node Satellite Systems to four combat brigades throughout the USARPAC/Pacific area of operations.

COL Wardle’s civilian education includes a Bachelor’s degree from California State University, Fresno, Master’s in International Relations from American Military University and a Masters of Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College.

His awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Bronze Star Medal (three Oak Leaf Clusters), Meritorious Service Medal (five Oak Leaf Clusters), Army Commendation Medal (two Oak Leaf Clusters) and Army Achievement Medal (two Oak Leaf Clusters).

COL Randolph Wardle is married and has two daughters.

Colonel Robert S. Mathews, Jr. was commissioned as a second lieutenant Adjutant General officer through the Army ROTC program after graduating from Valley Forge Military Junior College in 1988.

His previous assignments include Operational Detachment Commander and Assistant Operations Officer, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, NC; COL Mathews transitioned to be an Observer/Controller at the Joint Readiness Training Center, Special Operations Training Detachment, in Fort Polk, LA; COL Mathews then had a break in service where he took positions of increasing responsibility as an internal Six Sigma process improvement consultant for GE Commercial Equipment Finance in Danbury, CT, and the Small Business Finance Group in St. Louis, MO; he then accepted the role of SVP of Operations for the Commercial Business Group at Citibank North America in New York City, NY; following 9/11, COL Mathews transitioned back onto Active Duty and was assessed into Army Acquisitions Contracting in 2007; COL Mathews served as the 608th Contingency Contracting Team Leader, then Operations Officer for the 900th Contingency Contracting Battalion; he then took over as the Deputy Regional Contracting Chief in Kandahar, Afghanistan, followed by Battalion Command of the 901st Contracting Battalion at Fort Hood, TX. Prior to his arrival to 411th CSB, COL Mathews attended the U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, PA.

Colonel Mathews has a Master’s degree from the U.S. Army War College, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Elizabethtown College, and an Associates in Business Administration from Valley Forge Military Junior College. COL Mathews is Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act Level III certified in Contracting. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College and Command and General Staff College, among others.

His military awards, decorations, badges, tabs and foreign jump wings include Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medals (five Oak Leaf Clusters), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medals (two Oak Leaf Clusters), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medals (one Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Reserve Components Achievement Medals (one Oak Leaf Cluster), National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with two Campaign Stars, Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Mobilization Medals (one Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Ribbon, Special Forces Tab, Ranger Tab, Master Parachutist Badge, Military Free Fall Badge, Expert Infantry Badge, Excellence in Competition – Bronze Pistol and Bronze Rifle, German Armed Forces Parachutist Badge (Bronze), Ecuadorian Jumpmaster Badge and Star of the Armed Forces of Ecuador in the Rank of Military Star. His units have earned Joint Meritorious Unit Awards (four Oak Leaf Clusters).

Colonel Mathews is joined by his wife, Cindy, his daughter, Alexis. His son, Riley, remains in NYC with his mother.

General(Retired) Jung graduated the Korea Military Academy(BA), the Graduate School of Yonsei University(MBA), and the US Army War College. He had served in the Special Forces and the Field Armies as the commanders and staffs of various echelons. He had also served as a multi- national division commander (Zaytun) in Iraq. He had worked in CFC, JCS and

MND at several positions including the 37th Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was retired from active duty in October, 2013 after 42 years of service. He had joined the CSIS in Washington DC as a senior visiting fellow in 2014. Currently, he is teaching the cadets in the Korea Military Academy and leading Korea-US Alliance Foundation as the president.

Retired Lieutenant General Chun has had a distinguished career in the ROK army for nearly forty years as an infantry officer.

LTG Chun became famous when he was credited with saving the life of the ROK Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Rangoon bombing in 1983.

LTG commanded from platoon to the division as well as Commander of the ROK Special Warfare Forces and earned a reputation for high morale and readiness.

His command of English has put him in many combined assignments to include deployment to Iraq.

LTG Chun has a Masters degree in Strategy from the US Army War College and a PhD from Kyung-nam University in Political science. His awards include a US Bronze star, three Legion of Merits and the first Korean to receive the US Special Operations Command Medal.

David is a Senior Sales, Strategy and Technology Executive advancing digital transformation, data management and IT modernization strategies throughout the U.S. Department of Defense. Prior to Dell Technologies, David held technology and executive leadership positions with Oracle, Blue Coat, Tableau Software, EMC, and Cisco.

David has extensive sales, business development and technical experience in advanced data analytics, big data analytics, business intelligence, cloud computing, cybersecurity, data backup/recovery, data science, data storage/SAN, data visualization, enterprise security, IoT, machine learning, networking, SDN and software-defined data center solutions.

David is a practicing data scientist, big data architect and Tableau developer specializing in data analytics, data mining, data visualization, deep learning and machine learning. He believes in using data for social good. David regularly volunteers his data science skills with non-profit organizations to use data to advance today’s pressing society and community challenges ranging from homelessness to opioid abuse.

David is a cyber and information security strategist experienced in ‘full-stack’ enterprise security architecture, threat intelligence, cyber analytics and compliance. He is an advocate of the broad adoption of the NIST Cybersecurity and Risk Management Frameworks across government and commercial enterprises.

David advises government, academia, boards and industry on AI, big data, cloud computing, cybersecurity, data analytics, data center modernization, data science, DevOps optimization, machine learning and IoT strategies. He has been featured and quoted numerous times in digital and social media on these topics.

David holds the following industry certifications:

  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)²
  • Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert (CCIE), Cisco Systems
  • Data Science and Big Data Analytics Professional, Dell EMC
  • Backup and Recovery Professional, Dell EMC
  • Data Center Virtualization Professional, VMware

David is the co-author of the 2009 White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) artifact: “Planning Guide/Roadmap Toward IPv6 Adoption within the US Government”.

Contact information:

Mobile: 703-626-4779 | [email protected] | Twitter: @DaveRubal | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drubal

Chris Betz is one of two Core Staff Solutions Engineers at VMware supporting the Army globally. Prior to joining the Army team Chris was a member of VMware’s Federal End-user Solutions & Engineering Technology (EUC SET) team serving the DoD community.  As a member of both these teams, Chris engages customers and partners within major accounts to build relationships, evangelize VMware solutions, and provide design, architecture and strategic expertise discussions. These discussions have taken place at many VMware and VMware partner events, customer events or directly with the customer. Chris has over 18 years of experience in the IT industry supporting a wide variety of customers to include: NASA, COCOMS, DHS, Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines to just name a few.

Steve is a 30 year IT professional supporting U.S. Public customers. He is responsible for all data center and infrastructure sales, solutions, and engineering resources supporting our U.S. Federal customers worldwide in Dell’s Infrastructure Solutions Group. He is also the executive sponsor for Dell’s US Intelligence business practice.

Mr. Septoff has worked at Dell since 1992 in the US Public Organization. His previous roles included Director of the Defense OCONUS (Outside the Continental United States) business unit, Regional Sales Manager for U.S. Navy Team, Global Account Manager for U.S. Civilian Government Agencies, Major Account Manager for U.S. Alliances business, and Account Executive for U.S. Federal sales.

Prior to joining Dell, Mr. Septoff held sales positions with small IT integrators. Mr. Septoff also served 4 years in U.S. Government at the White House from 1984 to 1988.

Steve resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida with his wife Lisa and their 3 children. He holds a Master’s degree and Bachelor’s degree from The George Washington University.

Jim West is a Cyber Security Expert with over 23 years experience across commercial and defense sectors. He is also an award winning, best selling, and critically acclaimed author of both fiction and non-fiction works.  His best selling ebook, Cyber Security Test Tips and Methods, has helped hundreds of security professionals achieve their certifications.  Jim donates several hours a year to teaching pro bono classes to NCO’s and Officer’s on his methods and Active Learning techniques.  Jim has spoken at several security conferences and events around the world, and his passion towards Cyber Security education is what sets Jim apart from many in the industry.

Jim West
CSfC Program Manager
Lead Cyber Security Engineer

Current Programs and Activities

  • ARIRANG Radio DJ <Travelbug>
  • KTV News Announcer
  • KCTV Challenge Quiz Champ Emcee
  • ABN Newsweek Host
  • ABN Live English Emcee
  • OUN Multimedia English Emcee
  • Spokesperson for Global Language School, Publishing, and Online Media
  • Spokesperson for Korean Hanoo (Beef) Organization
  • English announcer for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics and Asian Games English announcer.

* Hosted, created, and taken part in numerous television and radio shows in the past 20 years, pertaining but not limited to News, English, Korean, Cultural, and Children’s education.

* Featured for every major home shopping channel in Korea (GS, Woori, Hyundai, CJ) since the establishment of home shopping in the nation as a host and representative for various products as well as a vendor.

* Created, produced, and hosted a variety of online programs, supplementary books, and series of seminars for various companies, which include some of Korea’s leading institutions.  These series of lessons are prepared for all employees nationwide and subsidiary branches.

* Released over 100 different forms of published media (books, CDs, DVDs, video etc) as well as online content.

* Worked on numerous international projects brought to the Korean market.  This includes, but is not limited to MTV, Thomas, Barney, The Simpsons, Sponge Bob, Blues Clues, Pingu, etc.

* Have been a spokesperson for numerous companies including Samsung and LG and hosted international, political, cultural, sports and corporate functions.

* Am the voice of various products, commercials, and broadcasting stations.

US01 – EXTRON
US02 – MODTECH
US03 – CISCO
US04 – CISCO
US05 – DELL/EMC
US06 – DELL/EMC
US07 – IRONBOW
US08 – ALLEGIANCE / CIENA / ITEKFED
US08A – RUCKUS

 

US09 – PLANAR
US10 – PLANAR
US11 – PACSTAR
US12 – HP
US13 – JUNIPER
US14 – HARMAN/SAMSUNG
US15 – SCRA/KENCA
US16 – 
US17 –
US18 –

US19 – GDIT (CSRA)
US20 – THINKLOGICAL
US21 – WWT
US22 – TRUSTED SYSTEMS
US23 – ANIXTER/CORNING
US24 – TRIDENT SYSTEMS
US25 – INFOBLOX
US26 – BELKIN
US27 – TRIBALCO
US28 – POLYCOM

US29 – EXTREME NETWORKS
US30 – LGS
US31 – DIVERISIFED US
US32 – KAIHONUA
US33 – GD MISSION SYSTEMS
US34 – THALES DSI
US35 – SAFENET AT
US36 – BARCO
US37 – EATON