Unigroup's September '96 Meeting Announcement

High Speed Networking Technologies

Art Tolda of Hewlett Packard

Thursday, September 19, 1996

Chase/Chemical Bank
55 Water Street, South Tower
13th Floor Conference Rooms B + C

6:00 - 6:30 PM Registration
6:45 - 9:30 PM Main Presentation

Art Tolda of Hewlett Packard will be discussing high-speed networking technologies and their business drivers and differentiators.

Do you understand the implications of ATM? of Switching LANs? And other new developments in high speed networking? At this meeting Mr. Tolda will tell us about the important changes now developing in the LAN/WAN area. His presentation will present an overview of networking technology covering the following topics:

Art Tolda's Bio:

Art is a Senior Information Architect for HP's Financial Services Solution Center. Art has been active in designing information integration solutions, and enterprise-wide and local area networks for 18 years. Before joining HP, Art has held numerous technical research, development and teaching positions.

Art is a practitioner of the process of integrated information solution design and implementation and has applied the process for our clients to provide solutions for their strategic needs. These solutions are based on industry standards and open systems tailored for each individual client. Solution strategies take into account an organization's goals, critical success factors, business needs, information and product requirements. These solutions have been implemented in a variety of businesses including: finance, legal, health care, sales and service, and manufacturing. Art assists clients in developing an integration strategy and a migration path to an Open Systems environment. Additionally, Art is a developer and implementor of standards based network and systems management solutions.

Some of Art's network solutions for his customers are:

At the request of Columbia University, Art developed and teaches high level courses in the "Theory of Network Design" (Art has been teaching this course since 1992), and "The Theory of Standards Based Network and Systems Management" (since 1994).

Please join us for this meeting, you won't want to miss it!

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