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ADTRAN donated to Missouri S&T

 

Dr. Kevin W. Schneider, Chief Technology Officer of ADTRAN, was on campus Friday, April 20th 2007 to dedicate a suite of networking equipment that ADTRAN donated to Missouri S&T.  The equipment will be used by computer networking and security classes in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).   Dr. Schneider, who earned his BS, MS and Ph.D., in Electrical Engineering at UMR, is a member of the Academy of ECE.  After providing an excellent lecture on carrier network solutions to Dr. Sahra Sedigh's Networking class, Dr. Schneider then presented the equipment, which had been set up earlier by an ADTRAN engineer, to the faculty and students in ECE.

ADTRAN , which is headquartered in Huntsville, AL, produces more than 1,600 network access products and systems, which are used to enable voice, data, video, and Internet communications across copper, fiber, and wireless network infrastructures. ADTRAN sells its switches, routers, and multiplexing systems to wireline and wireless carriers and service providers, such as Verizon, AT&T , and Sprint.

 

 

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Pictures from the Video lecture on carrier network solutions given for Dr. Sahra Sedigh's Networking class by Kevin Schneider.

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