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2nd November 2011, 10:37 AM #1
Do you fancy a free day out with Net-Ctrl at the Gherkin?
Net-Ctrl Ltd are soon to run an event at the Gherkin in central London, where we have invited three of our solution providers to present their technologies to you and a few other guests. The next event is scheduled for the 04th November and will begin at 11.30am and finish at 15.00pm.
The three solutions providers we have attending this event include Ruckus Wireless, Mobotix Cameras and Barracuda Networks. Ruckus Wireless integrates state of the art capabilities such as wireless meshing, Wi-Fi beam steering, automatic client security, interference avoidance and 802.11n technology. Mobotix Cameras are known as the leading pioneer in network IP camera technology, utilising a decentralised concept, whilst still capturing 3.1 mega-pixel images. Barracuda Networks Inc. offers industry leading products for three distinct markets. They’re the worldwide leader in content security appliances, and have a very strong security heritage. Finally, Barracuda Networks offers world-class solutions for backup and data protection.
We will be providing lunch on the day, plus a few drinks after the event in the bar at the top of the tower which provides some great views of London. This provides an ideal opportunity to speak with technology specialists in their given field, and a chance to network with other attendees.
I only have a few places left for the day, if you're interested in attending or would like more information please PM me, everyone that has attended before has found the day to be very informative and enjoyable.
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