The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) will host a public workshop addressing the latest developments in 100G Serial, immediately following OFC 2016 in Anaheim, California. The event, OIF Workshop – 100G Serial Electrical Links and Beyond, is open to the public and scheduled for Thursday, March 24, 2016, from 12:30 pm to 6:15 pm at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel. The workshop will feature subject matter experts from the OIF and will include an industry view presented by Dale Murray, Principal Analyst at LightCounting Market Research.
“This event presents an opportunity for members of the larger optical networking industry to see the technical direction of 100G Serial,” said Tom Palkert, OIF Physical & Link Layer Working Group Vice Chair – Electrical, System Architect at Molex. “100G developments are evolving rapidly – companies that are prepared with interoperable solutions will have a distinct advantage.”
The deadline to register is March 17, 2016. Registration fee includes a one-hour cocktail reception. For details including registration information, please click HERE.
Two working sessions led by OIF subject matter experts will focus on 100G serial application requirements and 100G serial electrical technology.
Session 1 – 100G Serial Application Requirements
1:40 pm -2:20 pm: Networking Trends – Matt Traverso, Principal Engineer, Cisco Systems, Inc.
2:20 pm – 3:00 pm: Cloud Scale – Brad Booth, Principal Architect, Microsoft Azure Networking
3:00 pm – 3:40 pm: Storage and CPU – Scott Kipp, Senior Technologist, Brocade
Session 2 – 100G Serial Electrical Technology
4:00 pm – 4:40 pm: PAM Options – Atul Gupta, Chief Technologist, MACOM
4:40 pm – 5:20 pm: 100G Connectors/Cables – David Helster, Director, Signal Integrity and System Architecture, TE Connectivity
5:20 pm – 6:00 pm: Alternate Modulation – David Stauffer, Senior Engineer, Kandou Bus, S.A.
6:00 pm – 6:15 pm: Wrap up – Tom Palkert
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm: Reception
About the OIF
The OIF facilitates the development and deployment of interoperable networking solutions and services. Members collaborate to drive Implementation Agreements (IAs) and interoperability demonstrations to accelerate and maximize market adoption of advanced internetworking technologies. OIF work applies to optical and electrical interconnects, optical component and network processing technologies, and to network control and operations including software defined networks and network function virtualization. The OIF actively supports and extends the work of national and international standards bodies. Launched in 1998, the OIF is the only industry group uniting representatives from across the spectrum of networking, including many of the world’s leading service providers, system vendors, component manufacturers, software and testing vendors. Information on the OIF can be found at http://www.oiforum.com.
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