updated on 2015-10-27 09:47:24 GMT+02:00
|03:00||Opening by Arnis Riekstins, MikroTik (Latvia)||-||-|
|03:10||Use of Mikrotik to distribute and manage Internet access to multi-tenant buildings by Joseph J. Cracchiolo, Simplybits (USA)||-|
|03:55||Hotspot, VPN, Mobile networking by Butch Evans (USA)||-||-|
|04:40||Innovative AAA and Billing solutions for converged networks deployment with MikroTik Router OS by Tomer Shahaf, (Canada)||-||-|
|05:25||DWP MikroTik networks in Indonesia by Herry Darmawan, DWP (Indonesia)||-||-|
|07:10||The DUDE network monitor by Steven Zilis, VistaVox (USA)||-||-|
|07:55||Mikrotik in the Small/Medium Enterprise by Dennis Burgess (USA)||-||-|
|08:40||Alternative power solutions for MikroTik sites by Mark Billets, Electro-Comm Distributing (USA)||-||-|
|09:25||New Obvious and Obscure Mikrotik RouterOS v3.0 features by Janis Megis, MikroTik (Latvia)||-||-|
|10:10||Projects with MikroTik in Latin America by Carlos Alberto Xavier||-||-|
|10:55||HotSpot networks on a train with MikroTik -real experiences by Brian Vargyas, BOINGO (USA)||-||-|
|11:40||Long Range and High speed with Mikrotik Products by Miguel Solis Aguilar, REICO (Costa Rica)||-||-|
|12:25||Building Wireless networks in Czech Republic by Jaromir Cihak, Sys-Data (Czech Republic)||-||-|
|13:10||CALEA Panel Discussion||-||-|
|15:40||Managing Hotspot users with the new User Manager by Sergejs Boginskis, MikroTik (Latvia)||-||-|
|16:25||Residental wireless and mobile solutions by Craig Sellars, O2 Secure wireless (USA)||-||-|
|17:10||Tips and Tricks for Deploying and Managing a WISP with limited resources by David Savage, Cape Town, South Africa||-||-|
|17:55||MikroTik RouterBOARD Hardware roadmap by Normunds Rustanovics, MikroTik (Latvia)||-||-|
|18:40||Raffle / Lottery (win prizes)||-||-|
Technical Director of MikroTik and has provided MikroTik training all around the world. He has participated in numerous large scale MikroTik system installations in many countries, inluding Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, Nigeria, South Africa, Indonesia and more
Joe Cracchiolo a native of Arizona, has been a entrepreneur since the age of 15 when he was awarded the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. He attended the University of Arizona, graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Management Information Systems in 1987. Immediately following graduation, Joe co-founded a consulting business, Cracchiolo & Feder, Inc. Together with Brad Feder, they created RightFAX, now the world-leader in network-based fax server software, and grew the company from 2 employees to 220 and over $60 million in annual gross sales. The RightFAX company was recognized for four consecutive years with the “Arizona Technical 50” award for the fasting growing high-tech companies in the state. As VP of Technology, Joe played an integral role in establishing the international recognition of this Tucson-based company, including its listing as one of Inc. 500’s 1996 “Fastest growing private companies in America.” That same year, Joe and Brad received the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award sponsored by Ernst & Young, NASDAQ and USA Today. Joe’s latest endeavor is a pair of companies, Nextrio and Simply Bits. Nextrio is a technology consulting company for small to medium businesses. Nextrio specializes in Microsoft, Linux, and other LAN technologies. Simply Bits has built a wireless metro-wide IP network infrastructure delivering Internet Service, VoIP, Fax, and other hosted applications. Simply Bits is also the largest reseller of Motorola Canopy equipment in Arizona as well as a large reseller of Mikrotik router products.
A trainer, consultant and MikroTik specialist.
Aradial Technologies & Spotngo Wireless - North America Division is providing converged solutions for service providers since 1997. Our High Availability, carriers grade, AAA Radius and Billing solutions can be easily integrated into any carrier's IT and network infrastructure. Aradial is deployed with MikroTik solutions for ISP, WISP, Hotspot and VOIP converged service providers around the world. Additional information about Aradial solutions can be found at http://www.aradial.com
DWP MikroTik networks in Indonesia
Dennis M. Burgess -- www.mikrotikconsulting.com, St. Louis, MO. USA Dennis Burgess is a Mikrotik Certified Engineer, and has been doing consulting for small and medium sized businesses for over 8 years. Deploying a variety of products, including, Microsoft, Cisco, and other networking, and server gear, he has consulted on many projects across the USA and several world-wide. Recently his focus has shifted to the profitable Mikrotik RouterOS and the router board products in replacement of the Cisco Gear he would normally use. During this time, he also started WISP Service in Festus, MO and expanding out to several local townships just south of St. Louis. He also consults and does all the network engineering work for several other local ISP and WISPs, again, all using Mikrotik Router OS. Presentation Overview: The presentation I will be giving is a low level overview of the competition, costs, and needs of small to medium Businesses. Reviewing several key features in the Mikrotik we will show how the RouterOS can be a very powerful router/access device in these environments. We will also show a small group of dealerships in the St. Louis area that uses Mikrotik to interconnect all of its dealerships, and ensure reliable service, in a small case study. If your focus is to sell the RouterOS to individual companies, then this low level overview will show you some of the basic capabilities that the RouterOS can do, and show you the cost differences between other competitive Routers on the market.
Mark Billets, (Denver, CO, USA) Product Specialist for Electro-Comm Distributing. Mark has been in the wireless communications field for almost 20 years. In the 80's Mark served as the Solar power specialist for one of the major solar distributors. There he specialized in designing and supplying solutions for remote communications sites as well as for oil field telemetry and remote homes. Mark has worked at Electro-Comm for over 5 years, serving as product specialist. His wide range of knowledge about wireless infrastructure and components makes him a valuable asset to Electro-Comm's customers and is generally known as the man with all the answers. Electro-Comm is a wholesale distributor of wireless communications products, serving the wireless market for over 30 years.
Working as a trainer at MikroTik and providing training before the MUM, Janis is also testing specialist and knows a lot about RouterOS
[ Carlos Alberto Xavier ] CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER â ULTRANET, LLC. Carlos is graduated in Electronics Engineer and brings more than 15 years of telecommunications experience to ULTRANET LLC. Carlos was the Computer Science Network manager for Comexi Eletronica. He is owner of Projecom Projetos & Designers, Ltda in Brazil, consultant telecommunications firm. Carlos had the position of director of technology for Wave Wireless Networking and PCOM Inc., a vendor of Wireless products. Carlos has also a extended consulting services to firms such as: Celite Systems, Navini Networks Inc. Before taking, an active role with ULTRANET LLC, Carlos deployed a wireless project in Brazil since in 2002. Carlos is fluent in Spanish and English and his natural language is Portuguese.
Brian Vargyas, BOINGO (USA) has been in the wireless Internet business for more than eight years and has a degree in electrical engineering. He manages hotspot systems for Boingo and Concourse Communications at major airports in the US and Canada (including Chicago O'Hare, Detroit, JFK, and a number of others)
A reseller and frequent MUM visitor, Jaromir also conducts local trainings in Czech Republic
Second time for the USA MUM, O2 will be demonstrating various innovative solutions for residental wireless applications, and their mobile internet access devices.
David Savage is a MikroTik Certified Trainer who both trains and supports the RouterOS system in South Africa. He runs a local support site http://www.mikrotiksa.com. At MUM USA he will be doing a presentation on deploying a WISP under difficult physical and geographical conditions, as well as using the built in tools of MikroTik router OS to manage a WISP cost effectively.