Category: Working Groups
Stephen Shew – Director of Standards, Ciena
Stephen Shew is Director of Standards at Ciena. He manages standards strategy, contributes to standards development, and is an inventor. He is currently the Rapporteur of Question 12 (Transport net
Break-in VS Walk-in
Sandra Scott-Hayward addresses SDN security concerns, in response to The Register. We have billboard ads in the U.K. warning homeowners to take care of their property by locking windows and doors.
Chen Li – China Mobile
Chen Li is chief Architect of Data Center and SDN at the China Mobile Research Institute, and is also manager of SDN project in China Mobile. He is responsible for architecture design and product t
Yuanwen (Daisy) Sun – Senior Technical Product Manager (IXIA)
Yuanwen (Daisy) Sun has over 14 years experience in networking and test measurement with expertise in various technology areas. She is Senior Technical Product Manager at ixia, overseeing the L23 p
Rajiv Papneja – Vice President & Fixed Network CTO, Huawei
Rajiv Papneja is Vice President & Fixed Network CTO at Huawei Technologies USA. Rajiv is a established and credited leader with 16 years of experience in building networks, catalyst to adoption
John Kaippallimalil – Chair of Mobile Networks, Huawei
John Kaippallimalil is a Principal Engineer in Huawei’s US Wireless Research and Standards division responsible for SDN and distributed architecture for next generation mobile core networks. In a
OpenFlow v1.3 Switch Certification
The testing specification for OpenFlow v1.3 is here. Learn what this version brings to the SDN ecosystem. OpenFlow® is a big topic of discussion in the industry lately. Perhaps you saw some of ou
The Evolving TTP Architecture
Curt Beckmann of the ONF Open Datapath Working Group provides an update on TTP development and how they’re accelerating the adoption of open SDN. Table Type Patterns (TTPs) are an optional mechan
AppFest. More to Come.
Rick Bauer recaps the first ONF AppFest and its success in presenting apps, switches, and controllers in one environment. [caption id="attachment_1785" align="alignleft" width="300"] Participants e
We have some big news to share about our development of an open SDN software distribution. ONF has been hard at work for the last couple of months, focused on giving end users a clear migration pat
See You in Chicago!
Marc LeClerc discusses the second annual Big Telecom Event and why you should add it to your event schedule. An important partner for ONF is Light Reading, which has built one of the industry’s m
Dan Pitt debunks the myths of SDN. SDN is making great strides toward mainstream adoption; however, a few misconceptions about SDN persist. This is understandable – with change often come misunde