Novell is taking over the campus of the University of Utah for the next week as the 11th annual BrainShare '95 comes to town.

Bringing more than 5,000 professionals, in-house software developers, architects, engineers, systems integrators, customers, resellers and $4.2 million to the city, BrainShare is a spring break technological opportunity for sharing ideas and computing solutions.Novell President and CEO Robert Frankenberg will give the keynote address on Monday, followed by Novell's chief scientist, Drew Major, and vice president of technology for Netscape, Marc Andreessen, on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Hewlett-Packard and Xerox, in partnership with Novell, are expected to make a news announcement unveiling the next generation network printing architecture for NetWare 4.

Special product updates will feature NetWare, UnixWare, Novell's business applications, GroupWise, AppWare and Information Access and Management.

In addition, Novell's customers and partners will be there in force. The BrainShare Solutions Lab will be open all week featuring hands-on demonstrations of Novell's latest technology.

Novell executives will be on hand to comment on the vision for making pervasive computing an integral part of everyone's daily life.