FAIRFAX, VA (PRWEB) April 30, 2005
Net Direct Systems (NDS) will be exhibiting at one of the largest C4I conferences and expositions at the Washington Convention Center, May 17th-19th. TechNet International features exhibits from more than 250 technology leaders and discussions by leading military experts.
NDS designs and delivers integrated enterprise IT systems and networks for the government, telecommunications, and commercial markets. NDS boasts a highly skilled staff of information technology professionals whose expertise includes data center, security, and network solutions as well as comprehensive mission-critical professional services.
NDS offers a next generation tactical server solution for the militaryÂs deployable tactical network requirements. The Tactical Communications SystemÂ - developed for C4ISR and Network Centric Warfare requirements by highly trained IT professionals with extensive military backgrounds - supports the militaryÂs ability to communicate in real time/full time on todayÂs modern battlefield. Visit NDS at booth # 1222 for a demonstration.
TechNet International 2005, ÂNetwork Centric Operations: Balancing Speed and Agility with SecurityÂ is one of the largest C4I events in the nation. Panel sessions will focus on network centricity from combatantsÂ perspective, as well as how it relates to global security, industry, and homeland security. Sharing their views on network centric operations will be GEN Benjamin S. Griffin, USA, Commanding General, U.S. Army Materiel Command; LTG Raymond Odierno, USA, Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; LtGen Robert Shea, J-6, The Joint Staff; RADM Thomas Zelibor, USN, Director of Global Operations, U.S. Strategic Command; and Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York City. Additional professional development opportunities include professional development mini-courses on data and applications security and introduction to net-centric warfare, Career Transition Seminar, and Small Business matchmaking.
For free on-line registration and program updates go to http://www.technet2005.org. For media registration contact Tobey Jackson at (703) 631-6189 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AFCEA is an international non-profit association providing a forum for the professional communications, electronics, intelligence and information systems community. The association serves as an ethical bridge between government requirements and industryÂs capabilities, representing the top government, industry and military professionals. AFCEA offers TechNet International and other conferences and symposia; professional development opportunities; SIGNAL Magazine; 134 chapters worldwide; and more. For more information, visit http://www.afcea.org.