[RINA] This Friday's Juniper talk

Matta, Abraham I matta at bu.edu
Thu Dec 2 11:54:27 EST 2010

Sorry for duplicates of this message. There was a problem with the mailing list since yesterday and no messages were getting through!

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Subject: [RINA] This Friday's Juniper talk

A reminder that there will be no RINA meeting this Friday. Related talk below at 10am.

Also, just got back from PFLDNeT'10. Program with papers and presentations at: http://pfld.net/2010/technical.php
You can find my presentation on the Transport Tussle panel at: http://www.cs.bu.edu/fac/matta/Presentations/MattaTransportTusslePFLDNeT2010.pdf

Joel Obstfeld from Juniper will visit BU on Fri Dec 3. He will give a talk at 10AM in PHO 428 (see title and abstract below).


Service Provider Network Evolution:

The Internet as we know it continues to evolve with new 'names' and
applications appearing on a continuous basis. Network providers around the
world are driving to keep pace or get ahead of these changes and in so doing
must evolve their networks. This presentation will look at some of the
business & operational challenges that are influencing choices in both in
high-level network architecture and transmission infrastructure.
Joel Obstfeld is a member of Juniper Networks Internet Product Group CTO
team currently working on the development of network virtualisation
technologies. Prior to working at Juniper, Joel was with Cisco Systems,
where as a leader of a global team within the Core Router Business Unit, he
worked closely with key Service Provider customers around the world on
qualification, deployment and operation of products running the IOS-XR
operating system as well as driving key learning points from field
experience back into the engineering organisation. He was the lead developer
and presenter of the advanced-level training course on CRS-1 and IOS-XR.

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