Come Visit Me at FutureNet

I'll be presenting this April at FutureNet.

FutureNet: MPLS, Ethernet and Beyond (formerly MPLScon) addresses the future of communications services from enterprise, service provider, and vendor prospectives. Now in its eighth year, FutureNet continues to evolve from its roots as an event focused strictly on MPLS and related technologies. This year’s FutureNet once again broadens its focus to cover the present and future of enterprise and consumer communications services including MPLS and Ethernet transport services, voice and SIP trunking, evolution of wireless services, video, and network and performance management. In addition, FutureNet explores issues such as network neutrality, service-provider/enterprise demarcation, international challenges, and new triple and quadruple play offerings. FutureNet will continue its focus on both technical and business issues in all of these areas with a target audience of enterprises, service providers, and vendors in the communications services arena.

I'm presenting a customer case-study on our conversion to MPLS and BGP, which I have written about in the past on this blog: Making BGP Our Core Enterprise Routing Protocol. Using BGP to Make Our Internet Access Dynamic. FutureNet has a great agenda and would be an awesome event for enterprise engineers focused on WAN Ethernet, MPLS, and Internet and any carrier network engineers. Come meet me.... :-)

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