NetEqualizer Tech Seminar Is Coming To The Pacific Northwest


On Wednesday, January 13, we will be hosting a complimentary NetEqualizer Seminar at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. PLU, which is the home of over 3,000 students, has been a NetEqualizer user since 2008 and will provide for a first-hand look at the technology’s capabilities.

We’ll cover:

  • The various tradeoffs regarding how to stem p2p and bandwidth abuse
  • Recommendations for curbing RIAA requests
  • Demo of the new NetEqualizer network access control module
  • Lots of customer Q&A and information sharing on how Pacific Lutheran University is using the NetEqualizer, including some hands-on probing of a live system

When: Wednesday, January 13, 10 a.m. to noon

Where: Pacific Lutheran University
12180 Park Ave.
Tacoma, WA (specific on-campus location to come).

This technical user group, which in addition to our hosts includes invitees and NetEqualizer customers such as Everett Community College, the University of Puget Sound, and Northwest University, will be a great opportunity for current users and interested potential customers to learn more about the issues and challenges facing network administrators while also seeing the NetEqualizer in action.

Furthermore, the seminar will feature the input of Pacific Lutheran University students who will give first-hand accounts of the NetEqualizer end-user experience. For years, NetEqualizer has been a leader in network optimization technology that meets the needs of administrators, but also prioritizes the experience and privacy of Internet users.

If you’re in the area, be sure not to miss this seminar! For more information, contact us at admin@apconnections.net.

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