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High-Speed Options at a Glance
High-speed networks are the order of the day. The need for speed is the result of dramatically increasing usage of existing network applications, not to mention the addition of bandwidth-hungry applications containing voice, graphics and video. Data traffic has long since eclipsed voice traffic in terms of volume.
The solution is two-dimensional, having both WAN and LAN components, so this workshop covers both. We need more bits at a time, and must try to use all the bits we have. In the WAN sphere, T-carriers provide the bits; frame relay, ATM and TCP/IP help us use as many of them as possible. In LANs, we have Gigabit Ethernet and 10G Ethernet, both so rich in bits that economizing them is largely unnecessary. Digital Subscriber Line is also discussed from an access link perspective. Understanding each of these technologies and how they work together is the key to getting out of the bandwidth box.
Owing to the volume of information offered, this workshop runs for 3 days.
Who Should Attend
This is an essential workshop for users, vendors and carriers who currently work with, or will work with, high-speed technologies. Those professionals who should attend include: LAN and WAN managers, technical staff, LAN and WAN administrators, network managers, network consultants, data communications professionals, telecommunications professionals, network architects, vendor sales, vendor marketing, and vendor applications staff, strategic and tactical is planners, carrier employees, and Internet service providers.
- Gain a working knowledge of the T-carrier system.
- Learn how Frame Relay, the high-speed networking workhorse, works.
- See what TCP/IP does, and discover why it is so pervasive.
- View the big picture: see how applications run atop TCP/IP and how it rides on Frame Relay which, in turn, rides on T-carriers.
- See where Asynchronous Transfer Mode fits into the mix, and how ATM may fit into your telecommunications plans.
- Be able to recognize the different forms of DSL and how they can work for you.
- Understand the capabilities and limitations of Gigabit and 10-Gigabit Ethernet.
- Understand the principles and practices that guide the successful implementation of Storage Area Networks.
- Practice your knowledge through in-class exercises.
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For many years New Instruction, LLC had been known as an innovative provider of training, consulting and software development services, and clients have often asked us to share our software quality methodologies with them. Those requests led to the development of our longest running workshop, "Testing and Quality Assurance Techniques", now in it's 11th edition.