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Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Syme, Matthew, Goldie, Philip
Matthew Syme is a product specialist for the Alteon portfolio of Nortel Networks. After exposure to content switching in early 2000, he joined Alteon WebSystems. Matthew has over a decade of experience in networking, working on major infrastructure projects in South Africa, the United Kingdom, and Australia Philip Goldie is a Product Specialist for the Alteon portfolio within Nortel Networks. Previously he was a systems engineer for Alteon WebSystems, one of the pioneers of content switching. In nearly a decade working in the networking industry, Philip has been a customer, a reseller, and a vendorSyme, Matthew is the author of 'Optimizing Web Performance With Content Switching Server, Firewall and Cache Load Balancing' with ISBN 9780131014688 and ISBN 0131014684.
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