A Banner 2016

Friday, February 10, 2017

Network Utility Force had a banner year in 2016, with 25% year-over-year growth, new talent hired in our Security and Core Networking practices, and many interesting projects.  Our 2016 highlights included:

  • Assisting with new metropolitan fiber networks in three municipalities: Gigabit to the Home
  • Several major commercial banking penetration tests and firewall migrations
  • Management and operational improvements for several large service providers
  • Custom virtualization harness for hybrid cloud deployments
A new website and new logo will be deployed shortly.  NUF will be participating or speaking at several events in 2017.  We'd like to thank all of our partners, customers, and business associates who made 2016 such a fantastic success and we look forward to providing you phenomenal network and security architecture and engineering in 2017.

IPv6 Training for GMIS International Attendees

Thursday, August 20, 2015

IPv6 GMISWe'll be participating at the GMIS International Annual Conference next week (booth #22), as well as providing IPv6 training and Silver Certification testing. If you haven't yet registered, you may still do so here.

If you are already registered, please be sure to attend our reception this Saturday.

Network Utility Force Acquires Helmsman Technology Group

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Photo Tour: Interop Hot Stage Test Facility

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Interop NOC
Later this month, one of the largest computer networking shows, Interop will take place in Las Vegas, with over 10K attendees.

Before that happens, the Interop NOC team will architect, design, assemble and configure all of the hardware and software that will run the network for the show. Equipment the team will deploy includes:
Below are a few pics of the Interop Hot Stage Test Facility in Brisbane, CA where the magic happens. The last picture is our CEO, Brandon Ross, the routing team lead for the show.











Understanding IPv6: business drivers and transition technologies

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

If you missed Brandon's discussion on IPv6 today, you can listen to it via BlogTalkRadio below: