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Open Networking Summit — Oct 17-19, 2011 at Stanford University

July 19th, 2011, srini in OpenFlow Blog

Stanford Clean Slate Program, in cooperation with Open Networking Foundation (ONF), is pleased to announce Open Networking Summit — a premier event about OpenFlow and Software Defined Networking (SDN), to be held on October 17-19, 2011 at Stanford University LKS Center.

Plan to attend the summit to
  • Learn from creators and leaders of OpenFlow/SDN
  • Showcase your products and services
  • Network with growing OpenFlow/SDN community
Confirmed speakers include:
Guido Appenzeller, Big Switch Nick McKeown, Stanford/ONF
Martin Casado, Nicira Dan Pitt, ONF
Matt Davy, Indiana/GMOC Jennifer Rexford, Princeton University
Stu Elby, Verizon Scott Shenker, UC Berkeley/ONF
Samrat Ganguly, NEC Steven Stuart, Google
Saar Gillai, HP Rob Vietzke, Internet2
Jonathan Heiliger, Facebook David Ward, Juniper

For details, please visit: http://OpenNetSummit.org/

9 Responses to “Open Networking Summit — Oct 17-19, 2011 at Stanford University”

  1. Srini Says:

    Please click the link at the end of the blog entry.

  2. James Says:

    Is it possible to see the broadcast in a stream or VOD afterwards ?

  3. Srini Says:

    The videos will be made available in a couple of weeks.

  4. Software Defined Networking – SDN « Jack E Brown – Telcom Professional Says:

    [...] For three days this October, a group of computer networking industry heavyweights and academic researchers will assemble at the Li Ka Shing Center at Stanford University for the Open Networking Summit, the first public industry event exclusively focused on a new paradigm known as software-defined networking (SDN) and OpenFlow. [...]

  5. nalini Says:

    WOuld it be possible to get the slides that the speakers spoke to?
    Thanks
    Nalini

  6. Srini Says:

    Slides are available at:
    http://opennetsummit.org/past_conferences.html

  7. joe Says:

    There must be more to it than just being software-defined since the EU’s end to end reconfigurability (E2R) and end to end efficiency (E3) programs concluded last year were all about software-defined networks. In addition, cognitive networks (my specialty) are not only software-defined, but autonomic. However, if there’s something novel lurking under the SDR name, it would be great to hear about it so we can stand on your shoulders
    joe
    Professor Joseph Mitola III
    Vice President for the Research Enterprise
    Stevens Institute of Technology

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    [...] on its servers and switches. HP’s so-called Virtual Application Networks (VANs) are part of an industry-wide move toward greater programmability and ease of use in complex data center [...]

  9. HP rolls software for virtual networks | Software Testing Tools Blog - Testertools Says:

    [...] on its servers and switches. HP’s so-called Virtual Application Networks (VANs) are part of an industry-wide move toward greater programmability and ease of use in complex data center [...]