In pictures: Channel lets loose at Delirium

Aug 16, 2012
Distribution Central chose a disco theme for its annual Delirium end of financial year party this year. Last year channel partiers curved up the dance floor to a burlesque theme, but this year, afros and disco balls were all the rage at Sydney's Simmer on the Bay. The event was sponsored by NetApp and Avaya as well as gold sponsors, F5, Sophos, Riverbed, Fortinet, Quantum, Brocade and CommVault. Pictured: a fire-breathing bar tender shows off his skills.  
 
Distribution Central chose a disco theme for its annual Delirium end of financial year party this year. Last year channel partiers curved up the dance floor to a burlesque theme, but this year, afros and disco balls were all the rage at Sydney's Simmer on the Bay. The event was sponsored by NetApp and Avaya as well as gold sponsors, F5, Sophos, Riverbed, Fortinet, Quantum, Brocade and CommVault. Pictured: a fire-breathing bar tender shows off his skills.
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