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North American Network Operator’s Group (NANOG) recently announced that NANOG 60 is set to take place in Atlanta, GA February 10-12, 2014. Technical professionals from major North American carriers, as well as content providers, hosting and cloud companies, multi-tenant data centers, and interconnection service providers will gather in the South’s largest city to enjoy three days of networking and educational sessions featuring prominent industry topics such as: traffic engineering; applications of new protocols; privacy concerns; routing scalability; and network security. NANOG 60 will be hosted by Telx.
NANOG 60 is aimed at educating engineering and product staffs while enhancing and enriching the Internet throughout North America and the rest of the world. The February event is set to build on the success of its predecessor, NANOG 59, which set record attendee numbers exceeding over 700 people.
The meeting program is set and thoroughly researched by the NANOG Program Committee, who is appointed by the elected Board of Directors. The agenda is strategically selected to arm attendees with unbiased education, guidance and insight into overcoming industry challenges. The approved sessions range from large-scale backbone operations to technologies that are currently – or in the process of – being integrated into the core Internet backbones and exchange points across North America.
NANOG hosts three non-profit meetings per year year to discuss issues that arise relating to the performance, accessibility and evolution of the Internet. If you are interested in sponsoring NANOG 60, email email@example.com. Sponsorship opportunities are limited.
For more information about NANOG as well as membership, meetings and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.nanog.org.
What would you do in the event of a natural disaster, security threat, virus or computer crime? More often than not, the true impact of these business interruptions is realized too late or after the fact. Your enterprise cannot afford to lose any of its mission-critical information and network failure can be expensive. In fact, even a few minutes of downtime would wreak havoc on your organization, seriously affecting your business and causing large amounts of financial loss.
According to recent research from SDN Communications, 87 percent of businesses that go more than seven days without access to their corporate data go out of business within one year. Additionally, 80 percent of businesses that experience a major disaster but fail to implement a contingency plan will fall into liquidation within 18 months.
For this reason, downtime is not an option. In order to survive in today’s competitive market, companies must have a presence that extends beyond the immediate physical location.
Lam Cloud is a leading provider of Business Continuity, Workplace Recovery, Data Center and Network solutions, including over 3,000 work desks, desktop and server virtualization, secure backup, storage and archiving, and virtual office environments. The company has also developed strategic alliances with a variety of proven DR/WR/BC partners to deliver a comprehensive Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity solution to customers in the New Jersey/New York Metro market as well as across the U.S.; these include Agility Recovery, Brocade, Risk Masters, Inc. and Telx, amongst others.
A Lam Cloud solution will ensure that your business is supplied with 100 percent uptime and all of the scalability, reliability and security your company needs for a secure and efficient solution. This means that in the event that your network goes down, your business will keep on operating as usual, even in the event that your office is not accessible and your equipment is damaged beyond repair.
Additionally, customers can take advantage of Lam Cloud’s proven Business Continuity offerings, including BC planning, stress tests, gap analyses and business impact analyses. Your company will gain access to everything it needs for a complete DR solution at a fraction of the cost, without having to worry about any of the headaches that come with unexpected business interruptions. Additionally, there will be no reason to worry about how to run a business without a physical location. Revenue, reputation and customer trust will remain unscathed.
To learn more about Lam Cloud’s Workplace and Disaster Recovery solutions, attend the company’s open house event on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 2:00 PM. To RSVP, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or register here.
For more information about Lam Cloud Solutions, visit www.lamcloud.com.
MOD Mission Critical (MOD) recently announced the onboarding of Gregory Sadler as its new Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Sadler rounds out MOD’s executive team, taking his place alongside co-founders Scott Charter and Michael Hollander. Mr. Sadler oversees the financial management of the company, which includes: financial reporting and transparency; budget management; accounting; financial controls; resource allocation; and tax compliance. He is also responsible for developing and deploying the financial strategy and long-term plans to achieve and exceed corporate financial goals.
Gregory Sadler holds 25+ years of experience building and financing global telecom and technology companies. Well-respected within the industry, he frequently draws praise for his strong leadership and successful track record in leading companies to success. Prior to MOD, Mr. Sadler worked as CFO of WBS Connect, a service provider recognized as a Fastest Growing Company by Inc. 500 and the Denver Business Journal. He was also appointed CEO at Ricochet Networks, Inc. and served as a founder and Vice President of Finance at VeloCom. Mr. Sadler has spent his career as a financial expert helping to shape business strategies and financial plans for some of the leading telecommunication and technology companies around the world. This financial prowess is integral to MOD as it enters its next phase of growth and prosperity.
MOD is a network service provider that combines countless years of network experience with comprehensive, proven and mission-critical network solutions. These solutions combine facilities and non-facilities-based assets to provide customers with a personalized solution that caters to their unique needs.
This week, hundreds of Tier 2, 3, and 4 service providers will converge at TelcoVision as this year’s conference looks to set the course for innovative new services, revenue and profit growth in an all-IP broadband future. Global Capacity, the leading network connectivity company, will be among them. The conference is taking place at The LVH – Las Vegas Hotel and Casino from October 23-25.
Mary Stanhope, Global Capacity’s Vice President of Product & Marketing, will participate on the panel ‘Emerging Technologies and Services – Planning for Next-Gen Access Services,’ speaking alongside Wilf Sullivan from Alcatel-Lucent; Eric Presworsky from Zhone Technologies, Inc.; and Ross Ferson from Ninestar Connect. The session, taking place Thursday, October 24th at 2:30 PM local time, will be moderated by Andy Mitchell of TelcoVision.
The speakers will give their input on how Gigabit-capable networks in rural communities are being developed for economic benefits, along with data centers operating in these regions, as well as weigh the economic impact they will have on these communities. Ms. Stanhope will draw upon her 23 years of industry experience and expertise in business development, product marketing and systems implementation to explore how local operators can respond to rising customer demand and compete with larger providers.
Through its award-winning One Marketplace platform, Global Capacity offers local network providers the ability expand their footprint more competitively than their regional or local carrier counterparts while simplifying the process of designing, quoting, and ordering ubiquitous network connectivity solutions. One Marketplace customers benefit from automated, real-time pricing and access to competitive market rates, the capability to source multi‐vendor Ethernet & TDM access services through a single interconnection, and streamlined, consistent service delivery for the best customer experience.
To learn more about TelcoVision 2013 or to register, visit www.telcovisiononline.com/lasvegas.