Summit Speaker: Garry Epps


Distinguished Engineer, Cisco Systems

Garry Epps joined Cisco Systems in 1992, where he is now a Distinguished Engineer.

During his career at Cisco he has helped pioneer many firsts in the routing industry - including ATM and Packet over SONET (POS) interface technologies.

He was one of the lead architects of the widely deployed Cisco 12000 series (GSR) router family, which was the industry's first carrier-grade IP router. He was the architect of several generations of ASICs used for IP packet forwarding.

He continues in a leading role in architecting the next-generation high-end routing platforms within Cisco.

He actively participates in research relating to system power reduction and optical packet switching.

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