Conference: March 27-31, 2017
Exhibits: March 29-30, 2017

Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV

In Partnership With

Network Recovery: Last Resort Redundancy

  • Thursday, 03/30/2017: 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
  • Room: S232
  • Session Number:  TH33


Strong network resiliency can be considered to be the most important requirement when deploying a mission-critical communications network. The network technology and topology must be agile and robust to detect, withstand and recover from network failure, even in calamitous situations where multi-faults often occur. Whether your disaster is a hurricane or a massive cyber attack, examine how to get your network back to a working model, and discuss resiliency mechanisms available that can restore connectivity rapidly not just in single fault scenarios, but also in multi-fault scenarios, thus providing the utmost resiliency to the network.


    Tony Bardo

    Assistant Vice President, Government Solutions
    Hughes Network Systems

    Ben Holycross

    Radio Systems Manager
    Polk County Division of Emergency Management

    Gerald Knoblach

    Chairman / CEO
    Space Data Corporation

    John Rosica

    Barrett Communications Consultant
    NVIS Communications