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Capacity Planning Panel - Operator and Eco-System Player Discourse
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Capacity Planning Panel - Operator and Eco-System Player Discourse

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This is a service-provider oriented panel hosted at NANOG52 in Denver, CO, that I coordinated (with Nina Bargisen of TDC with help from Phil Griston, Cariden, and Timothy Hu, WANDL) and …

This is a service-provider oriented panel hosted at NANOG52 in Denver, CO, that I coordinated (with Nina Bargisen of TDC with help from Phil Griston, Cariden, and Timothy Hu, WANDL) and moderated/Chaired. 

The panel involved excellent presentations by Tom Lundstrom (Qwest) and Duke Fisher (Verizon) on how they were using network planning and design tools to effectively handle large-scale design..

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  • 1. Capacity Planning PanelModerator: Vishal Sharma, MetanoiaPanelists: Duke Fisher, Verizon Business; Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden; Dave Wang, Wandl; Thomas Lundstrom, QwestPresentation Date: June 15, 2011, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AMRoom: Grand BallroomAbstract:The Panel will consist of Capacity Planning tool Users and Vendors.Vishal Sharma Biography:Vishal Sharma is a seasonsed international technologist, telecom industry expert, and entrepreneur with 20 years of experiencespanning consulting, industry, academia, labs., and research. He currently serves as a Principal at Metanoia, Inc., a niche Bay-areaconsultancy, overseeing its consulting activities to clients across the telecom ecosystem (spanning chip/semi-conductor companies,system vendors, operators/carriers, technology houses, and telecom software and tool companies)Over the last decade and a half, Vishal has been involved in IP network- and IP switch/router- architecture, design, analysis, andprototyping, and has also directed advanced data network research. His work has spanned the design and architecture of high-speedswitch/routers, the development of advanced switching and QoS schemes for IP-based networks, devising connection and flow-controlprotocols for very high-speed networks, network planning and traffic engineering algorithms and best-practices, and the developmentand standardization of generalized multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) signaling and routing techniques as a key contributor to 10issued RFCs. He has 8 issued patents in the areas of MPLS recovery, high-speed router architectures, switch scheduling, opticalrouting, and the IP control of multi-layer networks.He has developed and delivered advanced industry workshops, keynotes, and lectures on IP network design and QoS, IP trafficengineering practices and principles, modern IP Virtual Private Networks, and Metro/Carrier Ethernet network design best-practices.Together with his team, he has provided inputs to operator customers on 4 continents, in areas such as network design and planning,IP services evolution, metro/core network design, & wireless backhaul technologies, and prior customers have included ETSATelecom, Australia, AT&T/SBC, MTNL, Reliance, France Telecom/Orange, and Covad, among others. He delivered a well-receivedkeynote at SANOG9 in Colombo, SriLanka titled "Network Planning and Design: An Art or a Science?".He serves on the Scientific Committee of the MPLS & Ethernet World Congress, a premier gathering for IP/MPLS practitioners, andhas Chaired its signature debate for several years, and is on the Committees of FutureNet, iPOP, and a number of internationalconferences. He has been a Guest Editor of 4 Feature Topic Issues of the IEEE Communications Mag. (IEEEs most widely-readjournal, going to over 50,000+ professionals) on: OAM in MPLS networks, inter-provider QoS, advances in IP VPNs, and next-generation Carrier Ethernet transport.He earned his B. Tech (EE91) from IIT Kanpur, and MS (Signals & Systems93), MS (Computer Engineering93), and Ph.D.(ECE97), from UC Santa Barbara.More details can be found at http://www.metanoia-inc.com/company/our_team.html, and he can be reached at v.sharma@ieee.org.Duke Fisher Biography:Duke has worked for Verizon since 1997 and is the lead engineer for their Traffic Engineering team. He works with Verizonsenterprise networks providing data services to government and corporate customers. Dukes focus is on the network design, modeling,and traffic engineering of Verizons global backbone network.
  • 2. Arman Maghbouleh Biography:Arman Maghbouleh serves as the President of Cariden Technologies where he works with network operators to develop trafficmanagement solutions. Arman has extensive experience in network design consulting and tools development, including stints at AppleComputer, Fidelity Investments and Advanced Telecommunications Research Laboratories.Dave Wang Biography:Dave Wang is the President and one of the founders of WANDL, Inc., where he has been a major contributor to the design anddevelopment of the product suites through the course of working closely with global Tier 1 Service Providers and Carriers. Prior tothis, he worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories and Bellcore. Dave holds a B.S. in mathematics from National Taiwan University and aPh.D. in mathematics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Thomas Lundstrom Biography:Thomas Lundstrom - Staff Engineer at Qwest CommunicationsTom has worked at Qwest Communications (now Century Link) since 2000 and is one of the organizations innovators in backboneplanning and design, traffic forecasting, resiliency assessment, and simulation.Archived Files: • Lundstrom-Cap-Plan-Panel-Qwest • Fisher • Panel - Capacity Planning PanelNANOG52 Abstracts • 0 to IPv6 in 3 months - A customers view Steve Benoit, Georgian College of Applied Arts & Tech • 100 GbE and Beyond Greg Hankins, Brocade • APAC Submarine Cables and their impact to IP Backbone Design Richard Kahn, Pacnet • Tutorial: Best Practices in Network Planning and Traffic Engineering Paolo Lucente, KPN International; Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden Technologies, Inc. • Bufferbloat: "Dark" Buffers in the Internet James Gettys, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs • Capacity Planning Panel Moderator: Vishal Sharma, Metanoia Panelists: Duke Fisher, Verizon Business; Arman Maghbouleh, Cariden; Dave Wang, Wandl; Thomas Lundstrom, Qwest • Dawn of the Terabit Age: Scaling Optical Capacity to Meet Internet Demand Drew Perkins, Infinera • FCC - The Open Internet Order Doug Sicker, FCC
  • 3. • Idealized BGPsec: Formally Verifiable BGP Randy Bush, IIJ• IPv4 Address Transfers in the NANOG Region John Curran, ARIN• Keynote: Mobile Wireless Evolution Bob Azzi, Sprint• Keynote: The History of the Internet Milo Medin, Google Corp.• Let the Market Drive Deployment: A Strategy for Transitioning to BGP Security Sharon Goldberg, Boston University; Phillipa Gill, University of Toronto; Michael Schapira, Princeton University• Measuring Dual Stack Performance Geoff Huston, APNIC• NANOG Community Meeting Moderator: Steve Feldman, CBS Interactive and Chair, NewNOG Board of Directors• Tutorial: NANOG Newcomers Mohit Lad, ThousandEyes• NANOG Newcomers Breakfast Sponsor: Google Moderator: Sonia Sakovich, Sprint-Nextel• NANOG Newcomers Debrief Moderator: Sonia Sakovich, Sprint-Nextel• NOGLab Sponsors: A10 Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, ARRIS, and Comcast• OCN Experience to Handle the Internet Growth and the Future Chika Yoshimura, NTT Communications and Takeshi Tomochika, NTT Communications• Opening Remarks David Meyer, Cisco/UO and Chair, NANOG Program Committee; James Tindall, Alcatel-Lucent• Research Networks: The Other Internet Kevin Oberman, ESnet• Tutorial: RPKI-Based BGP Origin Validation Workshop Randy Bush, IIJ; Rob Austein, ISC• Tutorial: RPKI-Based BGP Origin Validation Workshop (continued) Randy Bush, IIJ; Rob Austein, ISC• Track: ARMD Benson Schliesser, Cisco Systems, Inc.• Track: ISP Security Moderator: Paul Scanlon, Arbor Network• Track: Panel on Using AMT Multicast for Resilient, Scalable Content Delivery Moderator: Timothy OKeefe, AT&T
  • 4. • Track: Resilient Protocol Application and Deployment Considerations Muhammad Durrani, Brocade Communications Inc. • Track: The Carrier Ethernet Exchange Robert Huey, Equinix, Inc. • Virtual Subnet: A Scalable Data Center Interconnection Solution Xiaohu Xu, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. • World IPv6 Day Experiences Moderator: Phil Roberts, Internet Society Panelists: Igor Gashinsky, Yahoo!; Patrick Gilmore, Akamai; John Brzozowski, Comcast; Jon Woolwine, Cisco • Tutorial: You Cant Do That with nslookup: DNS(SEC) Troubleshooting Michael Sinatra, ESnet • Show All  

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