Nology goes big at SA’s largest broadband conference

Nology, suppliers of quality security-driven broadband, networking and communication solutions, will be showcasing a number of innovative tools and technologies to attendees of the MyBroadband Conference, taking place at Vodaworld in Midrand on 20 October 2010.

The 2010 MyBroadband Conference, titled Broadband and Bandwidth in SA: The future, marks the sixth year of this event, heralded as the premier consumer focused broadband event of the year. Every year hundreds of delegates from around the country flock to the MyBroadband Conference and this year’s event is set to be the biggest yet.

“The conference is free to attend and attracts broadband and internet enthusiasts, ISP owners and telecoms professionals, providing excellent networking opportunities,” says Riaan Leuschner, MD of Nology. “It also offers the ideal opportunity for us to showcase our range of high quality, innovative solutions that offer business and consumer users alike access to the very latest in broadband, networking and communications technology.”

Speakers at the MyBroadband conference include industry experts, CEOs and CTOs from some of the largest players in the South African telecoms market who will offer delegates insight into the latest developments in telecoms and broadband as well as plans in to country for the future. Topics for discussion will include the rollout and challenges of 10Mbps ADSL, trends in uncapped ADSL and broadband, terrestrial and international fibre networks, mobile broadband developments, digital and mobile television and many other subjects.

At the event Nology will have a number of products on display at their stand to meet the needs of both consumers and business users.

“Billion Homeplugs, or Powerline AV Ethernet Adapters, which enable home and SME users to use their existing power lines to create computer networks without the need for additional cabling or wireless signals. It allows users to effortlessly network multimedia broadband applications, offering a cost effective and simple solution,” says Leuschner. “From the Billion range we will also showcase some of their newest ADSL routers for businesses of all sizes, including the 7404VNOX, a Gigabit 4-port ADSL Wireless-N modem router with built in VoIP, a 3G USB port for 3G failover, plus integrated IPSec VPN functionality that allows up to 16 VPN tunnels. Another unique product to be showcased is the 7800GZ, a Wireless VPN router with built-in 3G and ADSL modems.”

“In addition we are proud to be showcasing our Peplink products, a new solution set to our stable. Peplink offers a range of professional multi-Wide Area Network (WAN) routers that can combine up to 13 Internet connections and offers intelligent load balancing, automatic failover and true line bonded site-to-site VPN connections, for unprecedented connection speeds and reliability,” he adds.

Nology will also be displaying a range of new fibre routers, Vibe products – a VoIP QoS system and TR-069 Solution which enables remote auto-configuration of subscriber setups by ISP’s.

To find out more about the MyBroadband 2010 conference or to register free for this exciting event visit: http://mybroadband.co.za/general/conference2010/index.html

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Nology goes big at SA’s largest broadband conference