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  • Modern Data Communications & Networking
    The 2007 Upgrade

    Louis Frydman
    Who Should Attend
    This seminar has been designed primarily for Technical Communicators who seek a clear understanding of the foundations and technical aspects of Modern Data Communications and Networking - as well as its very latest technology, in order to produce for their clients/employer the best quality material.

    The Seminar's content is ideal for anyone in the marketing field or anyone who needs a deeper understanding of the very latest technology in the world of Data Communications and Networking.

    Subjects to be covered during the course
    The Seminar offers in-depth coverage of the following subjects:

    Introduction
  • The implications of Modern Telecommunications

    Fundamentals
  • Definition of Data Communications and Networks
  • How do we communicate?
  • Transmission Media
  • Signaling and Modulation

    Data Communications Standards
  • Who needs standards?
  • The main players
  • ISO's 7 Layer OSI Model - is it still relevant?
  • The Internet and TCP/IP Model

    Data Communications Equipment
  • Hardware Components
  • Modems and Multiplexors
  • WDM - Wave Division Multiplexing
  • Data Communications Circuits

    Layer 1: The Physical Layer
  • Layer Functions and Standards
  • Transmission Lines - E1/T1, SDH/SONET
  • Broadband Access - xDSL, Cable Access
  • FTTx - Fiber to the Home

    Layer2: The Link Layer
  • Data Link Functions
  • What is a communications protocol
  • HDLC - High Data Link Control

    Layer 3: The Network Layer
  • Switching and Routing
  • Packet Switching Networks
  • Frame Relay Networks
  • ATM - the technology and who needs it

    Wide Area Network Summary
  • How to chose your WAN solution
  • Circuit Switching
  • Packet Switching

    Local Area Networks
  • LAN infrastructure
  • IEEE 802 LAN Standards
  • Ethernet and how it has survived
  • Hubs and Structured Wirings

    Internetworking
  • Principles of Internetworking
  • Bridges, Routers and Gateways
  • What does a Router do?

    TCP/IP
  • TCP/IP - the Protocol Suite
  • IP Addresses - what's the problem!
  • The Transport - TCP or UDP
  • How the applications fit in

    The Internet
  • What is the Internet
  • Telephony over the Net and VOIP
  • What is an IP Service?
  • Network Quality of Service

    Enterprise Issues
  • Network Management
  • Data Security and Firewalls
  • VPN - Virtual Private Network

    Trends
  • Metropolitan Networks and Internet
  • MPLS the new routing
  • Wireless Broadband and WiMAX
  • Triple Play, IP TV


    Modern Data Communications & Networking -
    Cellular & Wireless Communications



    Who Should Attend
    The seminar has been designed primarily for Technical Communicators and those in Marcom, who seek a clear understanding of the latest technology in the fields of Wireless, Cellular Communications and Networking, in order to produce for their clients/employer the very best quality material.

    Subjects to be covered during the course
    The Seminar offers in-depth coverage of the following subjects:

    Introduction
  • Modern Networks
  • Definitions
  • The Wireless Spectrum

    Cellular Networks
  • Background to Cellular Networks
  • Cellular Access Technologies - FDMA, TDMA, CDMA
  • GSM - 2nd generation
  • GPRS - 2.5G - Cellular Packet Networks
  • 3G - 3rd generation - UMTS
  • IMS - IP Multimedia Subsystem

    Wireless LAN Technology
  • WLAN - What is a Wireless LAN?
  • Wireless Ethernet - IEEE 802.11
  • Wifi - The Wifi Alliance, the hotspot market
  • Wi-Fi as a Broadband Access Alternative

    Wireless Access Networks
  • The Wide Area Network Topology
  • Fixed Wireless Access Development
  • Broadband Wireless
  • WiMAX and backhaul technology


  • Additional Topics
  • Satellite and VSAT technologies
  • Bluetooth and Personal Networks
  • Data Security Issues
  • Summary


    Louis Frydman

    Louis has a Masters Degree in Computer Science from London University, and over twenty five years experience in Data Communications and Distributed Processing both in the UK and Israel.
    In the UK, he was a Systems Engineer with ICL and subsequently with Olivetti, in the pioneering days of distributed systems. During that time, Louis was also responsible for the installation and maintenance of several online financial networks.
    In Israel he continued his work with Olivetti, then moved to United Mizrahi Bank, where he managed the Telecommunications Division for eight years and was directly responsible for the Bank's highly respected financial network.
    Over the past few years, as an independent consultant, his activities have included lecturing as well as acting as a consultant to a large number of local and international clients in the field of Local and Wide Area Networks, Network troubleshooting, and Data Security.
    He is a chairman of the Guide Communications Group and regularly lectures in international forums on Data Communications Technology.
    Louis gave the Keynote Speech at the STC Israel Chapter's 2003 Convention.


    Satisfied Clients

    The list of our satisfied clients includes:

  • Amdocs
  • Arel Communications
  • Avaya (Lucent)
  • BOS Better Online Solutions
  • Comverse Infosys
  • Comverse Network Systems
  • Docustar Documentation Services
  • ECI Telecom
  • Galileo Technology
  • Gaya Software Industries
  • Hever
  • Interdoc
  • MicroType
  • National Semiconductor
  • NBASE Communications
  • NDS Technologies
  • Novanet Semiconductors
  • Omegon
  • Optibase
  • Passcall Advanced Technologies
  • RAD Data Communications
  • Radcom
  • ROR
  • Unitronics
  • VCON
  • Write Direction (Yeda)


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