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General Session - Opening Up Internet Innovation: Harnessing Advanced Infrastructure

Time 10/28/14 10:30AM-12:00PM

Room White River Ballroom E-F

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Session Abstract

Don’t miss one of the decade’s most fundamental advances in enabling applications for research

As the 2014 Internet2 Global Summit featured a look into the future of the Internet's infrastructure as a key supporting function for network programmability, content and advanced service delivery—this exciting announcement and panel will show how advanced software defined networking (SDN) and cloud infrastructures can be a pathfinder for the next generation of the Internet.

Managing Editor of SDNcentral.com, Craig Matsumoto, will convene a panel of three Advanced infrastructure experts—Bill Snow, Larry Peterson, and Steve Corbato—to discuss advanced infrastructure programs that are pathfinders for the future. Focusing on the ONOS, OpenCloud, and NSFCloud projects, the panel will have a related, but independent discussion about innovations in SDN, Network Function Virtualization (NFV), and network research. With these advancements, the research and education community is transforming capabilities for research, scientific discovery, and Internet technologies capable of creating a new era of global invention and innovation.

Tuesday's featured Tech Talks include:
Parvati Dev, CEO of Innovation in Learning, Inc., previously director of the SUMMIT Lab at Stanford University, one of the pioneers of the NIH Visible Human Project, and Internet2 enthusiast, will discuss how virtual environments and video game technologies will create the "flight simulator" for healthcare. Learners placed in simulations of critical medical incidents must use their knowledge and skills to figure out how to lead their team and perform optimally to save their rapidly deteriorating patients.


Moderator Craig Matsumoto SDN Central

Speaker Steve Corbato University of Utah

Speaker Larry Peterson Princeton University

Speaker Bill Snow ON.LAB

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