CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (February 14, 2013) – It may look like an ordinary 18-wheeler, but inside the “Extreme Truck” is a 1,200-square-foot mobile briefing lab used by Excalibur Integrated Systems, Inc., to give small businesses a taste of corporate-level wireless technology.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, the mobile briefing lab will decamp at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, 222 Fifth Ave. South, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., as part of the Network Liberation Tour, co-sponsored by Excalibur.
“The Extreme Truck is an incredible interactive demonstration of network technology that is adaptable to many uses: everything from small businesses to larger corporations. By using these products, Excalibur can ensure that professionals everywhere have the data and access they need whenever and wherever they are,” said Rodger Jenkins, CEO of Excalibur.
Nashville-area businesses leaders and IT professionals are invited to learn about a host of new networking applications and systems, including High Performance Computing/Hadoop, XNV, SDN OpenFlow, Data Center Convergence, Identity Management, Wired and Wireless networks and Open Fabrics.
“Excalibur is very excited to convene some of Tennessee’s leading business leaders and IT professionals to demonstrate the newest wireless networking technology,” Jenkins said.