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    Matthew Bocci, Alcatel-Lucent
Matthew Bocci
Technology and Standards, IP Division
    Session IV
  08.30 Dual Stack IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP  
    Describing the “dual stack IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP” networking solutions covering IP/MPLS and Eylon Sorek, Orckit CorrigentMPLS TP environment, dataplane and control plane and network management aspects.

Eylon Sorek
AVP Marketing
  09.00 Is MPLS-TP a Reality?  
    Overviewing the industry’s movement on MPLS-TP.  Providing cost saving analysis for transport Luyuan Fang, Ciscomoving away  from TDM toward packet. Updating the latest standards status, especially on MPLS-TP OAM. Discussing two main deployment options of MPLS-TP implementation: static provisioned MPLS-TP with NMS, and signaled MPLS-TP with GMPLS protocols for MPLS-TP LSP and LDP for PW. 

Luyuan Fang, Principal Engineer, Cisco
Nabil Bitar, Director of Data Network, Verizon
  09.30 PTN and PSN: Understanding the Two Distinct MPLS-TP Applications  
    Explaining the PTN and PSN applications with their diverse operational environments, and Nurit Sprecher, NSNproviding a comparison of the requirements for the two scenarios. Demonstrating the fundamental differences and similarities of the two applications, and describing which of the proposed MPLS-TP OAM solutions is most suitable for each application.

Nurit Sprecher
Nokia Siemens Networks
  10.00 COFFEE BREAK  
  10.30 Any Services over MPLS-TP Transport Network  
    Proposing a method on how to interwork between "packet transport network" based on MPLS-TP and some network protocols using diversified network services.
Discussing the feature of the proposed models and describing how to build the packet transport network which integrates all of these network services.

Masayuki Takase, Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi
  11.00 Intelligent Control Plane in Large Transport Deployments Into MPLS-TP Networks  
    Detailing the lessons learned from deploying large core transport networks with intelligent control planes and how these apply to MPLS-TP as a transport protocol.

Kevin Daines, Vice President Chief Technologist, Ciena Corporation
  11.30 MPLS-TP OAM and Resiliency Mechanism  
    Discussing various issues of MPLS-TP from functionalities, OAM, control plane and management, resilience, applications and standards.  Both theories and practical considerations are covered.

Mike Zheng, USA R&D Center, Huawei Technologies
  12.00 MPLS TP-Pseudowires: Reality or Illusion?  
    Recently, there has been some debate as to whether we need to change anything about Matthew Bocci, Alcatel-Lucentpseudowires to use them in an MPLS-TP network.  Exploring the characteristics of pseudowires that make them a good fit for supporting such services over MPLS-TP.

Matthew Bocci
Technology and Standards, IP Division
  12.30 LUNCH  
    Session V
Seamless MPLS
  14.00 A Unified MPLS Architecture to Enable Efficient Delivery of IP Services and end-to-end Connectivity  
    Taking a closer look at an important new initiative called Unified MPLS with key focus areas on applicability for LTE backhaul networks, redundancy considerations, interconnection of MPLS-TP with IP/MPLS, and example operator use cases.

David Saccon, Strategy and Business Development, Ericsson
  14.30 Deploying MPLS-TP based Packet Transport Network in Metro/Regional Areas and Interworking with Existing IP/MPLS Networks  
    Starting from the application of new Packet Transport technologies in Telecom Italia metro/regional aggregation network, analysing key drivers to the selected solution and interworking scenarios between MPLS-TP and IP/MPLS domains taking into account technology and operational complexity.

Authors: Carlo Cavazzoni, Allessandro D’Alessandro and G. Nervo, Telecom Italia

Carlo Cavazzoni, Transport Innovation Center, Telecom Italia
  15.00 Dynamic MPLS TP in a Unified MPLS Environment  
    Providing an overview of the features of GMPLS relevant to MPLS-TP Control Plane (addressing, routing, path computation, signaling, traffic engineering, and path recovery). Showing how specific George Swallow, Ciscorequirements in each subarea can be met using existing GMPLS functions. Concluding with extensions that are required to support the MPLS-TP features not addressed by current GMPLS protocol.

George Swallow
Senior Technical Leader, Routing & Switching
  15.30 Enabling Seamless MPLS using LDP DoD  
    Describing a real-world network design based on Seamless MPLS concepts.  Showing how LDP Downstream-on-Demand (DoD) can be used to meet the access network requirements and describing LDP DoD operation in the context of the network case study. 

Authors: Thomas Beckhaus, Deutsche Telekom, Kishore Tiruveedhula and
Maciek Konstantynowicz, Juniper Networks

Thomas Beckhaus, Deutsche Telekom
  16.00 COFFEE BREAK  
  16.30 How can MPLS Span Smoothly e2e in the Network and What Role does the Control Plane Play?  
    Analysing the role played by the control and management plane in minimizing the scalability Elisa Bellagamba, Ericssonissue while providing a seamless end to end packet based connectivity while taking advantage of the best transport technology in each part of the network.

Elisa Bellagamba

Portfolio Strategy Manager
  17.00 Pros and Cons of MPLS Architecture Options for OTT Video, FTTH and Cloud  
    What are the guidelines for designing network architecture?
Dr Xipeng Xiao, HuaweiWhat is the suitable network architecture for access, metro, service edge and backbone networks?
Pros and cons of introducing Seamless MPLS
Possible migration strategy to the new architecture

Dr. Xipeng Xiao

Head of Network Chief Engineer Office
Huawei Europe
  17.30 Comparing Access Packet-based Technologies  
    There are now several carrier-grade options available, differing in data plane encapsulations, control plane protocols, and in functionalities such as QoS, OAM, and resilience. Comparing Q-in-Q Ethernet, MPLS-TP, and full IP/MPLS –  from technological and deployment perspectives.

Yaakov (J) Stein, Chief Scientist, RAD Data COMMUNICATIONS
MPLS End-to-end: a Realistic Paradigm?
Vishal Sharma, Metanoia
Vishal Sharma, Metanoia

Dr. Xipeng Xiao, Huawei Europe
Thomas Beckhaus, Deutsche Telekom
George Swallow, Cisco
Hector Avalos, Ericsson

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