SCALABLE and AMRDEC to Host JNE User Group Meeting

Join us on September 28th in Huntsville, AL

Culver City, CA (6 September 2017) — SCALABLE Network Technologies, Inc. (SCALABLE), a leader in wireless network design and optimization tools, announced today it is sponsoring a JNE Users Group Meeting on September 28th in Huntsville, AL. This group was created to discuss current and future requirements as they relate to JNE (Joint Network Emulator) and StealthNet in an effort to share information and foster collaboration amongst the JNE User Community. These GOTS tools are currently being used by a wide variety of organizations, including the Army, Air Force, and Navy, as well as DoD primes supporting their Government customers. This forum will allow existing (and future) users the opportunity to learn about current development efforts, discuss specific use cases, and provide opportunities to share information to further mutual efforts and continued success.

JNEAs network-centric warfare becomes a cornerstone of US military operations, it is essential that we work together and discuss the challenges of developing, testing and deploying tactical communications networks. This meeting will provide the opportunity to work collaboratively and foster innovative solutions to the challenging problems faced throughout the defense industry. It will allow the participants to present case studies of how JNE and StealthNet can be used in operational test, analysis, experimentation and cyber threat assessment to comprehensively and accurately evaluate the impact of different network operating conditions on warfighter needs and mission completion.

About SCALABLE Network Technologies

Based in Culver City, California, SCALABLE provides network design, modeling and analysis tools, cyber training systems and engineering support services to commercial enterprises, government and defense agencies, research organizations and educational institutions around the world.

SCALABLE solutions integrate simulated virtual network models with physical hardware and applications, allowing users to reduce the time, cost and risks of developing, testing and deploying large, sophisticated wired and wireless networks and new communications equipment, and train personnel on cyber defense.

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