Fremont, California - January 29, 2007 - Hurricane Electric, a leading Internet Backbone and
Colocation Provider, announced today that it has offered its support to Silicon Valley Web
Builder, a technology based users group located in Silicon Valley, CA.
Silicon Valley Web Builder is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to providing web professionals with information on the latest trends in planning, designing, implementing and marketing successful web sites and web applications. Its open discussion format provides a friendly environment where professionals can gather to exchange technical information.
"We felt it necessary to form a Web group that would help our members stay current on web trends by openly discussing web technology with leading experts from around the world. We are working to create a forum to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information and help build professional networks that enhance careers. We feel very fortunate to have the support of Hurricane Electric as well as our speakers and volunteers. With their support we can accomplish these goals," said Bess Ho, Chair and Founder of Silicon Valley Web Builders.
The next Silicon Valley Web Builder meeting, entitled "Back To The Future: Beyond Web 2.0," will take place this Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at Hurricane Electric's new colocation facility, located at 48233 Warm Springs Blvd. Fremont, CA with future meetings planned for the last Wednesday of every month. Silicon Valley Web Builder meetings and membership are free of charge.
"By sponsoring Silicon Valley Web Builder, we are helping them keep the Internet community on the forefront of technology via continued education and industry development by way of collaboration with industry leaders," said Benny Ng, Director of Marketing.
For more information on upcoming Silicon Valley Web Builder meetings or becoming a member or volunteer, please visit www.www.duniaaudy.com.
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