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MPLS SDN World 2014
 
  • Luyuan Fang
    Luyuan Fang
    Microsoft
  • Yakov Rekhter
    Yakov Rekhter
    Juniper Networks
  • Guru Parulkar
    Guru Parulkar
    Stanford University
  • Dave Ward
    Dave Ward
    Cisco
  • Dan Pitt
    Dan Pitt
    ONF
  • Kireeti Kompella
    Kireeti Kompella
    Juniper Networks
  • Nan Chen
    Nan Chen
    MEF
  • Justin Dustzadeh
    Justin Dustzadeh
    Huawei
  • Melih Tufan
    Melih Tufan
    Ericsson
  • Sunil Khandekar
    Sunil Khandekar
    Alcatel-Lucent
  • Bruce Davie
    Bruce Davie
    VMWare
  • Matthew Bocci
    Matthew Bocci
    Alcatel-Lucent
  • Sam Aldrin
    Sam Aldrin
    Huawei
  • Thomas Morin
    Thomas Morin
    Orange
  • Yaakov Stein
    Yaakov Stein
    RAD
  • Igor Marty
    Igor Marty
    IBM
  • C. Rossenhoevel
    C. Rossenhoevel
    EANTC
  • Axel Clauberg
    Axel Clauberg
    Deutsche Telekom
  • Zeev Draer
    Zeev Draer
    MRV
  • Azhar Sayeed
    Azhar Sayeed
    Cisco
  • Loa Andersson
    Loa Andersson
    Huawei
  • Elisa Bellagamba
    Elisa Bellagamba
    Ericsson
  • Andrew Dolganow
    Andrew Dolganow
    Alcatel-Lucent
  • Cengiz Alaettinoglu
    Cengiz Alaettinoglu
    Packet Design
  • Xipeng Xiao
    Xipeng Xiao
    Huawei
  • Clarence Filsfils
    Clarence Filsfils
    Cisco
  • Achim Autenrieth
    Achim Autenrieth
    Adva Optical
  • David Sinicrope
    David Sinicrope
    Ericsson
  • Mariana Agache
    Mariana Agache
    Ciena
  • Jean-Marc Uz
    Jean-Marc Uz
    Juniper Networks
  • Dean Lee
    Dean Lee
    Ixia
  • George Swallow
    George Swallow
    Cisco
  • John Evans
    John Evans
    Cisco
  • Hannes Gredler
    Hannes Gredler
    Juniper Networks
  • Sudeepta Ray
    Sudeepta Ray
    Aricent
  • Nicolai Leymann
    Nicolai Leymann
    Deutsche Telekom
  • Julian Lucek
    Julian Lucek
    Juniper Networks
  • Paolo Volpato
    Paolo Volpato
    Alcatel-Lucent
  • Ron Bonica
    Ron Bonica
    Juniper Networks
 





Kireeti Kompella during MPLS 2012 at Paris










co-located with
NFV and SDN Summit 2014
V6 World 2014

Hotel Marriott Paris
 

Confirming the Congress as the First Worldwide Event in the MPLS and SDN Area

The 16th Edition of the MPLS World Congress will take place in Paris in March 2014. What was until now known as MPLS & Ethernet World Congress will become the MPLS SDN World Congress in 2014.

The objective set by Upperside Conferences is to confirm the success of the 2013 edition. MPLS SDN World Congress, together with the collocated NFV & SDN Summit, attracted 1350 participants last March. This figure represents a new record number of participants attending this conference.

A strong presence of service providers (more than 50% of the audience) as well as a growing internationalization (more than 65 countries represented) confirms MPLS SDN World Congress as the first worldwide event in the MPLS area.

MPLS SDN World Congress will once again allow us to benefit from the enlightenment of the precise stakes involved in the convergence of the MPLS protocols, particularly their respective roles in the access networks.

2014 - The Union of MPLS SDN World and NFV & SDN Summit: 1500 participants

As was the case this year, the 16th edition of MPLS World will be jointly organized with the NFV & SDN Summit, whose second  edition of 2013 attracted more than 400 participants, making this event the largest in Europe (Upperside Conferences was the first to organize an event around the SDN theme in June 2012). The growing interest in this new technology should attract about 1500 attendees for the 2014 edition of MPLS SDN World Congress and the NFV & SDN Summit.

The two events will have a common first day and will conclude with a panel discussion made up of key players (manufacturers and operators) from these technologies.

More than 50% of Service Providers, a Growing Internationalization




The profile of the Congress delegates demonstrates a growing internationalization and a very strong presence of service providers. Representatives from the EU were 45 %, followed by North America(19%), Russia (11%) and South America (9%). With carriers coming from more than 65 countries, the MPLS World Congress can claim to be the first international event in this realm.

The 2014 Agenda: Data Center Virtualization, Segment Routing

The 2014 agenda will privilege operator and enterprises scenarios and testimonies. The main focus will be on Data Center Virtualization, especially overlays and WAN interconnection issues. A large session will be dedicated to the Segment Routing initiative, launched during the 2013 edition of the Congress.

Other sessions will cover OpenFlow aspects, performance and traffic engineering issues and mobile SDN.

The proposals have been analyzed and categorized according to their degree of pertinence by the members of the scientific committee.

Upperside would again like to thank the members of the committee for their commitment and support.

The Interop Platform

The European Advanced Networking Test Center ( EANTC) in collaboration with Upperside Conferences invites vendors to a multi-vendor MPLS & SDN interoperability test in February 2014. The results of the interoperability tests will be demonstrated during the MPLS and SDN World Congress.

For the 2014 edition, the tests focused on the following scenarios:

• Software Defined Networking (SDN): OpenFlow and PCE
• IPv6 Migration Scenarios
• MPLS and Ethernet Transport
• Data Center Interconnection


The tests will be performed and verified in detail at a closed doors hot staging at EANTC lab in Berlin.

The successful results of the tests were documented in a white paper released by EANTC during the congress.

To get more info: http://www.eantc.de/showcases/mpls_ewc_2014/intro.html

The Exhibition



# 100 Cisco # 101 Huawei # 102 Juniper Networks # 103 Alcatel-Lucent # 104 Ciena # 105 Ericsson
# 113 RAD # 201 Qosmos # 202 EZChip Technologies # 203 MRV # 204 Wandl/Juniper # 205 6Wind
# 206 Tail-f # 301 Fonex # 302 WebNMS# 303 Cisco # 304 Aricent # 305 Tucana/Netyce
# 307 QualiSystems # 309 Metaswitch Networks # 311 Ixia # 401 Packet Design # 501 Adva Optical

# 308 and # 310 reserved. Available # 306