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Arrillaga Alumni Center: 326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305
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Wednesday, November 9 • 4:50pm - 5:20pm
Panel Discussion and Q&A with Participants from Industry

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Moderated by: Chang Kim, Barefoot Networks

Panelists include:
Ken Duell, AT&T
Ben Pfaff, VMware
Nate Foster, Barefoot Networks/Cornell University
Dan Daly, Intel


Speakers
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Dan Daly, Intel

Dan Daly is an architect at Intel within NPG (Network Platforms Group), where he joined in 2011 via the acquisition of Fulcrum Microsystems.
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Ken Duell, AT&T

Ken Duell is AVP of New Technology Product Development & Engineering at AT&T. His organization is responsible for the design and development of AT&T’s Layer 2 / Ethernet and Layer 3 / IP Edge Router Platforms. His organization’s current focus is on the design and development of AT&T’s Domain 2.0 packet platforms including evolution of packet platforms to be based on merchant silicon and virtual network function... Read More →
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Nate Foster, Cornell University/Barefoot Networks

Nate Foster is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University. The goal of his research is to develop languages and tools that make it easy for programmers to build secure and reliable systems. His current work focuses on the design and implementation of languages for programming software-defined networks. In the past he has also worked on bidirectional languages (also known as "lenses"), database query languages, data... Read More →
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Ben Pfaff, VMware

Ben Pfaff is a lead developer of the Open vSwitch project. He was a co-creator of OpenFlow and led the development effort of the original OpenFlow reference implementation. He was a founding employee at Nicira and is currently at VMware. He received his PhD from Stanford University in 2007. Ben has worked in free and open source software projects, including Debian and GNU, for over 20 years.


Wednesday November 9, 2016 4:50pm - 5:20pm
McCaw Hall

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