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Have you ever considered donating via BT’s payroll giving scheme, Give as You Earn?  To find out more, drop by the Hub on either Tuesday 31 March or Wednesday 1 April.

Prospect will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Thursday 2 April.

Have you ever considered donating via BT’s payroll giving scheme, Give as You Earn? GAYE was set up specifically to allow BT employees to support causes close to their hearts – it is the most tax efficient way to give. BT pays all the administration costs of the scheme plus matches up to £1m, so your donation is worth even more to the charities of your choice.

To find out more, drop by the Hub on either Tuesday 31 March or Wednesday 1 April.

Come and find out more about the AP Sailing Club at lunchtime in the Hub on Monday 23 March. Further details can be found on the AtLAS web page or AP Sailing Club pages.

Speak with members of the Orwell Astronomical Society (OASI), the local astronomical society for the Ipswich and southeast Suffolk area, on Tuesday 24 March at lunchtime in the Hub.

GNS Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) Platform will be in the Hub between 12:00-14:00 on 26 March showcasing the latest developments in the Consumer electronics market.

GNS Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) Platform will be in the Hub between 12:00-14:00 showcasing the latest developments in the Consumer electronics market. Drop-in to talk with specialists working at the leading edge of BT’s technical innovation and strategy ranging across Femto, BT Home Hub, Home Connectivity, Phones and Smart Devices. A selection of the latest devices will be available for ‘hands-on’ demonstrations.

Come and talk to members of the Orwell Astronomical Society (OASI), the local astronomical society for the Ipswich and southeast Suffolk area, who will be publicising the society and their public Open Weekend event in the Hub at lunchtime. The society, a registered charity, was founded in 1967, and is based at Orwell Park Observatory, part of Orwell Park School in Nacton. Orwell Park Observatory has the distinction of a being one of the few, fully operational Victorian observatories in the country, and is equipped with the 250mm Tomline refractor and a selection of smaller telescopes.

OASI is the most active local astronomical society in the country, holding 185 meetings in 2014, including weekly society meetings, workshops, lectures, field trips, outside talks, booked groups visiting the observatory and public outreach. Weekly meetings are held at Orwell Park Observatory and fortnightly meetings at Newbourne village hall. Visits to the weekly meetings at Orwell Park Observatory must be pre-booked.

Do you sail or would you like to give it a go? Then come and find out more about the AP Sailing Club at lunchtime in the Hub. Further details can be found on the AtLAS web page or AP Sailing Club pages.

Meet Account Manager, Andy Dawes and team from Frame Communications on Tuesday 17 March. They’ll be on hand to answer your T&M questions and discuss today’s hot topics in this specialist field.

Adax will be displaying some of their hardware along with brochure information in the Hub on Thursday 19 March. An Adax Engineer will be available to discuss any technical detail with potential customers. The Company is currently in the process of delivering a Sigtran solution to BT which will be deployed on the ICM Intelligent Network Platform.

Adax is an industry leader in high-performance Packet Processing, Security, and telecom network infrastructure delivering a highly flexible set of protocol controllers, packet processing boards, software protocols, network appliances and integrated systems.  Product descriptions;

  • Adax provide complete SS7 and SIGTRAN signalling stacks these include TCAP, CAP, ISUP etc.  The stacks are available for SOLARIS and LINUX flavour operating systems and are used by various Tier 1 NEPS around the globe
  • Adax can also provide a range of SS7 to SIGTRAN and SIGTRAN to SIGTRAN signalling gateway solutions, the GW support M2UA, SUA, M2PA and M3UA SIGTRAN protocols.  The Solution also support LS L and HSL signalling and can scale from 4 E1 up to 32 E1 ports per ATCA blade
  • Complete Core LTE network (MME, HSS, PCRF, PGW, SGW) in a box or ATCA blade solution for up to 250K subscribers. The EPC is modular so you can choose which of the EPC elements you require. The solution has completed IOT with all mainstream ENODE B vendors including Ericsson, A-LU, Huawei, ZTE, Airspan etc.
  • Adax SEG+ is a complete Security Gateway product for 3G and 4G wireless networks in a fully integrated 1U or 2U appliance that secures the connection between untrusted networks and the core. With up to 80Gbps of IPsec traffic the Adax SEG+ delivers performance, reliability and scalability in a complete, carrier-grade, Security Gateway solution

Adax will be displaying some of their hardware along with brochure information in the Hub on Thursday 19 March. An Adax Engineer will be available to discuss any technical detail with potential customers. The Company is currently in the process of delivering a Sigtran solution to BT which will be deployed on the ICM Intelligent Network Platform.

Come along to the Hub and meet with Frame Communications on Tuesday 17 March.

Technical Account Manager Andy Dawes and team will be on hand to answer your T&M questions and discuss today’s hot topics in this specialist field.  There will be a range of testers on display covering;

  1. LTE, 3G / 2G , IMS , VoIP , SS7 ,ISDN and DSL technologies
  2. Protocol converters and access products for security applications
  3. Latest aggregators and TAPS  from Ixia / NetOptics
  4. VeEx / Sunrise Telecom products covering OPM, OLS , VLS , OTDR, OSA, Ethernet ,Fibre Channel , OTN and SDH We will also have latest 100G portable tester.

Speak to the team about any test issues you may have.

Frame will also be introducing the ProfiShark 1G – an accelerator for Wireshark users making it easier to capture line rate traffic to disk.

 

The Book People will be in the Hub between 11.00-14.30, Tuesday 10 March.

The Adastral Park Singers will be performing in the Hub on Wednesday 11 March in aid of Comic Relief.

Various activities will be taking place in the Hub on Thursday 12 and Friday 13 March in aid of Comic Relief.

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