Between March 9-13, 12,000 attendees from more than 65 countries are expected to convene at San Francisco’s Moscone Center for OFC 2014, the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition. Among the speakers are ESnet Chief Technologist Inder Monga and ESnet Network Engineer Chris Tracy. Sponsored by The Optical Society (OSA), the IEEE Communications Society and the IEEE Photonics Society, OFC is the largest global conference and exposition for optical communications and networking professionals.
On Sunday, March 9, Monga is one of five speakers at a workshop on “Does SDN (Software Defined Networking) Spell the End for GMPLS (Generalized Multi-Protocol Label Switching)?”
On Monday, March 10, Monga is one of two speakers in a panel discussion on “Why are Non-Carriers Building Their Own Networks?” as part of the OSA Executive Forum , an event for business leaders in networking and communications technology.
On Tuesday, May 11, he will be one of three speakers in a session on “Advancing Optical Solutions in Cloud Computing, Communications and Networking.
On Wednesday, March 12, Tracy will present “When Routers are Masters of Colored Light” as part of a panel discussion on “Packet Optical Convergence.”
Read more about the conference at: http://www.ofcconference.org/home/