Fixing the TCP/IP transport problem over the WAN

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Fixing the TCP/IP transport problem over the WAN


These days - we all collaborate and share massive amounts of data over the Wide Area Network WAN (aka Internet sometimes) which runs using the robust TCP/IP protocol. Yet despite that, moving data is major problem which challenges many engineers, development teams, global design groups, corporate enterprises and academic researchers.

Enabling the fastest movement of data and files over any type of WAN using industry standard TCP-IP, irrespective of distance and variations in network conditions. Bridgeworks, has several solutions which deliver the highest WAN Data Transfer Speeds. What is interesting is that they seem to be able to provide consistent accelerated outcomes across all data types including encrypted, encoded, compressed or any combination thereof. Uses cases include offsite backup, recovery, replication, big data and content distribution.  This technical talk should be of interest to all modern day engineers and researchers alike.

In addition, there will be a live demo of the technology



  Date and Time

  Location

  Contact

  Registration



  • 118 Library Drive
  • Oakland University
  • Rochester, Michigan
  • United States 48309-4479
  • Building: Dodge Hall
  • Room Number: DH 202
  • Click here for Map
  • There will be a remotely delivered live technology demo wrapping around a high level Bridgeworks session. Event flyer is attached at the end of this vtools page. We are also trying to explore the possibility of accomodating more attendees, due to high interest in the topic. Stay tuned!

  • Co-sponsored by Subramaniam Ganesan
  • Starts 28 January 2019 04:39 PM
  • Ends 07 February 2019 04:39 PM
  • All times are US/Eastern
  • No Admission Charge
  • Menu: vegetarian pizza, cheese pizza
  • Register


  Speakers

Nigel Lambert

Nigel Lambert of Bridgeworks

Topic:

Fixing the TCP-IP transport problem over the WAN

Bridgeworks have looked at the problem of data movement and come at it from an entirely new perspective. In mastering the rules of data movement over distance, Bridgeworks have now broken them to provide you with the ability to move significant volumes of business critical data in real time removing unacceptable time lags, that risk failure, delay or presents major costs to your business.

Biography:

Nigel has spent the last quarter of a century building markets in Europe and South Africa with disruptive, compelling Networking and Infrastructure technologies.  Working across channels at all levels - distribution, reseller, vendor and always focussed on the end-user.  Relevant to this session Nigel played a central role bringing Riverbed into European markets in 2004.

Nigel Lambert is WW Sales Director of Bridgeworks.

Address:United Kingdom

Paul Burgess of Bridgeworks

Topic:

Live Demo of the Bridgeworks Technology

These days - we all collaborate and share massive amounts of data over the Wide area Network (aka Internet sometimes) which runs using the robust TCP/IP protocol. Yet despite that, moving data is major problem which challenges many engineers, development teams, global design groups, corporate enterprises and academic researchers.

Enabling the fastest movement of data and files over any type of WAN using industry standard TCP-IP, irrespective of distance and variations in network conditions. Bridgeworks, has several solutions which deliver the highest WAN Data Transfer Speeds. What is interesting is that they seem to be able to provide consistent accelerated outcomes across all data types including encrypted, encoded, compressed or any combination thereof. Uses cases include offsite backup, recovery, replication, big data and content distribution.  This technical talk should be of interest to all modern day engineers and researchers alike.

In addition, there will be a live demo of the technology

Biography:

Paul Burgess a 10 year veteran of Bridgeworks and our AI expert will be running the demo for this session.

Address:United Kingdom





Agenda

6:00 PM - Welcome and Introductions

6:00 to 6:15 PM - Pizza, Soda Pop, Social networking

6:15 to 7:15 PM - Technical Talk

7:15 PM to 7:30 PM - Wrap Up

 



A Joint IEEE Computer Society/Education Society/Communications Society Chapters Presentation, open to all 



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