NetEqualizer News: September 2010


NetEqualizer

September 2010

NetEqualizer News

Ireland Tech Seminar Coming Soon; Starbucks Gift Card Offer Announced

Greetings!

Enjoy another issue of the NetEqualizer Newsletter. This month, we announce more details about October’s Ireland Tech Seminar and kickoff our most recent Starbucks gift card offer. As always, feel free to pass this along to others who might be interested in NetEqualizer news.

In this issue:

  • October Ireland Tech Seminar Coming Soon!
  • What Is The NetEqualizer Doing For You?
  • NetEqualizer Trivia
  • Best Of The Blog

October Ireland Tech Seminar Coming Soon!
NetEq. Seminars

We have now opened registration for our Fall Technical Seminar in Dublin, Ireland, presented by our authorized reseller Ai Bridges. For your convenience, we’re offering the Seminar on two dates: Monday, October 4th, and Tuesday, October 5th. Sign up for whichever date works best for you!

This seminar is not to be missed…Our CTO, Art Reisman, will be there in person to discuss the NetEqualizer technology and to answer your questions.

Here are the details:

When:

  • Monday, October 4, 2010, OR Tuesday, October 5, 2010
  • 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. (same time both days)
  • Lunch will be provided

Where:

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

We look forward to seeing you this October in Dublin, Ireland!

What Is The NetEqualizer Doing For You?

At APconnections, we like to keep up with how the NetEqualizer is being used in different environments around the world. Over the past several years, a major part of how we spread the word about the NetEqualizer has been through the experiences of our customers.So, if you’re currently using the NetEqualizer and want to share your experience with the technology, send us a quick one-paragraph write-up on what the NetEqualizer is doing for you. As a “thank you” for your time, we’ll send you a $20 Starbucks gift card.

Testimonials should be sent to admin@apconnections.net. We look forward to hearing what you have to say!

(Limited supply of gift cards available. Offer good while supplies last. One gift card per customer.)

NetEqualizer Trivia

While many of our customers know us pretty well, here are a few NetEqualizer facts that are sure to leave some of you stumped. The correct answers can be found at the end of the newsletter.

1. Where is NetEqualizer manufactured?

  • Beijing
  • Austin, Texas
  • Santa Clara, California
  • Hong Kong
2. What country outside of North America has the most NetEqualizer systems in use?
  • France
  • Ireland
  • China
  • India
3. The NetEqualizer can be found in which of these locations?
  • Faroe Islands
  • Malta
  • Iceland
  • Seychelles
4. How many end users have their Internet service go through a NetEqualizer on an average day?
  • 10 million
  • 4 million
  • 2 million
  • 500,000
Best Of The Blog
Top Five Causes For Disruption Of Internet Service

Editor’s Note: We recently took a poll from our customer base consisting of thousands of NetEqualizer users. What follows are the top five most common causes for disruption of Internet connectivity.

1) Congestion

Congestion is the most common cause for short Internet outages. In general, a congestion outage is characterized by 10 seconds of uptime followed by approximately 30 seconds of chaos. During the chaotic episode, the circuit gridlocks to the point where you can’t load a Web page. Just when you think the problem has cleared, it comes back. The cyclical nature of a congestion outage is due to the way browsers and humans retry on failed connections. During busy times usage surges and then backs off, but the relief is temporary.

Congestion related outages are especially acute at public libraries, hotels, residence halls and educational institutions.

Contact Information

email: admin@apconnections.net
phone: 303-997-1300

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Trivia Answers

  1. Santa Clara, California – Since switching to ASA Computers for our semi-custom manufactured servers in 2005, NetEqualizer has been completely U.S.-based and manufactured. ASA, who provides full solutions including ‘ISP packages’, servers for ‘.com’ companies, computing environments for schools and research organizations, RAID and NAS set-ups, network installation, help-desk support, and much more, also makes equipment for the likes of Cisco, Microsoft and many Fortune 500 companies.
  2. Ireland (the UK is second)
  3. All of the above
  4. 4 million users

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