WASHINGTON, D.C. - This week, Washington hosts FOSE, a government technology convention that draws 25,000 attendees. Among the 400 companies exhibiting are government contracting giants like Cisco Systems and Motorola.
But the event also has its share of scrappy upstarts looking to gain ground on bigger competitors. Boulder, Colo.'s LeftHand Networks, an information storage concern, is one.
"[FOSE] gives us a great forum," says LeftHand chief executive William Chambers, 46.
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