Open Networking Summit 2012 guides the SDN revolution

The most promising and disruptive networking technologies of recent years are OpenFlow and SDN. Much of the industry is embracing these technologies because of their potential to allow customization, optimization and infrastructure control.
Your guide to the networking revolution is Open Networking Summit 2012, taking place April 16–18 at the Santa Clara, Calif., Marriott. As OpenFlow and SDN continue to define the future of networking, the summit is leading the way by bringing together thought leaders, luminaries, creators and innovators of the industry.
This is your chance to be part of the revolution! Register today.
With just under 20 days until the Open Networking Summit 2012, here are the top three reasons you should attend:

  • Keynotes and speakers: Three keynote addresses by Google, NEC Corporation and NTT Communications Corporation will provide perspective on the future of SDN. Industry luminaries from Cisco Systems, HP, IBM, Stanford University, Verizon and more will deliver more than 20 insightful presentations about current OpenFlow and SDN research, development and deployment.
  • Tutorials: Two all-day tutorials will be presented based on research, deployment and use cases of OpenFlow and SDN.
  • Networking and exhibits: An exhibition hall with 20 vendors, including Brocade, Intel, NEC, NTT and Verizon will showcase OpenFlow and SDN technologies, products and services and will provide unlimited opportunities to discuss the challenges and solutions that matter to service providers, network operators, enterprises and vendors.

Register today to connect with the leaders of the community and learn about current OpenFlow deployments and the maturing of SDN technologies and solutions.