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In two weeks there will be a workshop at Stanford University on OpenFlow and how it is enabling network innovations. We will have talks on the state of OpenFlow and the NOX controller and how to create new network capabilities. You will also get to see several demonstrations of new capabilities enabled by OpenFlow in our network. Finally you will get to hear two perspective talks: Google’s perspective on OpenFlow and its implications and how OpenFlow can be a networking substrate for NSF funded nation-wide Internet research facility called GENI. We expect the workshop to be an important and fun OpenFlow event with participation from researchers from universities and industry labs, OpenFlow switch vendors and a select network providers.
The workshop will be held at Stanford on Thursday August 27th from 8:45 – 12noon in Gates B01. The workshop flier can be found here.
Update: If you are interested in attending, please do so. The only thing we ask is that you rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can plan accordingly. There is no fee for attending. Parking information can be found here, the closest pay parking is at the Cantor Arts Center (aka Stanford Museum).