Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is driving innovation at all level of networking technology and service delivery models. Separate control and data planes hold the promise of creating flexible and adaptable networks that can quickly respond to application and operational needs. But at the same time, the performance and functionality needs of various layers must be considered. Intel has introduced its Open Network Platform (ONP) Strategy to address the benefits and openness of commodity technology at both the server layer and the networking layer, while taking advantage of the power of and functionality of switch silicon. Come hear Sanjay Rungta talk about Intel’s Open Network Platform Strategy as well as Intel’s SDN motivation and challenges.
Sanjay Rungta is a lead architect and engineer in the Intel IT Engineering group. He joined Intel in 1993 and started his career in Chandler, Arizona working in the site network organization. His first job provided Sanjay hands-on experience and emphasized the importance of a hands-on approach to research and innovation. Currently Sanjay is working in SDN area to transition the virtualized environment within Intel IT.
Sanjay received his bachelors of science in electrical engineering from Western New England College and his master’s in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1991 and 1993, respectively. He holds eight United States patents with an additional two pending in the area of Networking. His interests are in data center & distributed networking.
When Sept 18th – 6:00 PM
Where Hacker Dojo, Mountain View, CA
Slides Intel SDN presentation