Program

GOAL: To identify the technological and architectural advancements that will be required in transmission, switching and routing to develop scalable, energy efficient, next-generation core networks.

Thursday, February 7, 2013 

TimeTopic
8:00AMShuttles leave the Fess Parker Resort for UC Santa Barbara
8:30-9:00AMBreakfast
9:00-9:45AMWelcome and introductions
    One sentence from each participant on the most significant issue affecting scalability & energy efficiency of ICT core networks
9:45-10:05AMPresentation: Peter Winzer, Alcatel-Lucent
    Transmission technologies: Current directions and future challenges

10:05-10:35AMBreak
10:35-12:35PMBreak-out group discussions and report back:  
    What advancements are needed to improve the scalability and energy efficiency (i.e. energy density and total energy consumption) of transmission systems?
12:35-1:35PMLunch 
1:35PM-1:55PMPresentation: Mark Nowell, Cisco
    Switching and routing technologies: Current directions and future challenges
1:55-2:15PMPresentation: Stu Elby, Verizon
    Core network architecture: Current directions and future challenges
2:15-2:35PMBreak
2:35-5:05PMBreak-out group discussions and report back: 
    What technological and architectural advancements are needed to improve the scalability and energy efficiency (i.e. energy density and total energy consumption) of core switching and routing systems?
5:05-5:10PMWrap up
5:10PMShuttles leave UC Santa Barbara for the Fess Parker Resort
6:45PMDinner reception at the Fess Parker Resort


Friday, February 8th, 2013 

TimeTopic
8:00AMShuttles leave the Fess Parker Resort for UC Santa Barbara
8:30-9:00AMBreakfast
9:00-9:45AMPrioritize recommendations
9:45-10:15AMBreak
10:15-12:15PMDiscuss tallied recommendations; Discuss action items & next steps
12:15-12:30PMReview and close
12:30PMEnd of roundtable sessions
12:30-1:30PMLunch
12:30-4:00PMShuttles leave for the Santa Barbara airport / Fess Parker Resort

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