Industrial Ethernet and Network Design Seminar

11/28/2005


Germantown, MD —Hirschmann Electronics' all-inclusive event, held December 5-7, is aimed at providing participants with everything needed to understand networking principles, effectively design an industrial Ethernet network, and perform basic troubleshooting. Topics range from Ethernet basics and network design to layer 3/routing and IEEE1588. Presenters are seasoned networking professionals.

The cost of this technology seminar series is $1,199 and includes:

  • Two full days of Ethernet training;

  • Documentation and all technical presentations;

  • Three-night stay at the Bolger Center;

  • Welcome reception;

  • Three buffet meals daily;

  • Chili cook-off (bring your family's secret recipe—kitchen and ingredients provided);

  • Dinner sightseeing cruise of Washington D.C. monuments along the Potomac River; and

  • iPod giveaways at each general session.

The seminar venue: Bolger Center, Potomac, MD, is easily accessible from Dulles, Reagan National and BWI airports.

For further information visit: hus.hirschmann.com/content/cmscontent/100120_ethernet_and_network_seminar__12-5-2005_.pdf
or phone: Ms. Rosemary Garcia at 717.217.2252.

Richard Phelps, senior editor, Control Engineering
richard.phelps@reedbusiness.com





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