30 September 2005, Gallatin, Missouri – During the past several months, the designers and engineers at WideBand have been hard at work developing a series of important new network technology advancements and groundbreaking products for enterprise-class Layer 3 networks. This week, WideBand announced a special Layer 3 Certification Training event to prepare its Resellers for these important product announcements.
The training, provided exclusively for WideBand’s network of over 350 Reseller partners, certifies attendees to support WideBand equipment and design cutting edge networks. Buying from Resellers with certified WideBand engineers assures customers that they will receive the highest level of support.
This 3-day training event will take place November 15-17, 2005 at the International Academy of Science in Independence, Missouri.
The event will be part of WideBand’s official Layer 3 Product Launch that same week. New products include a next generation 16-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch. The new products utilize Layer 3 architectures, which are easier to manage, provide better performance and allow significantly greater scalability.
These new WideBand Layer 3 products perform IP routing at wire-speed, allowing network segments to be tied together with no loss in performance. The enterprise-class Layer 3 products provide many other important features including management that allows network managers to eliminate the problems with “network chatter” and to protect against broadcast storms.
WideBand Corporation is the leading manufacturer of Gigabit Ethernet products that work over existing cables. Their products are manufactured in the United States to strict standards of quality assurance. WideBand markets its products to private industry, the education sector, and to state and federal government. More information on WideBand Corporation and its products is available at www.wband.com.
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