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09:00 12:30 (210 mins)

Main agenda

ETSI MEC Tutorial

9:00 – 9:15: Welcome/overview of ETSI MEC Alex Reznik, ETSI MEC Chair, ETSI

9:15- 9:45: Deeper dive into Phase 1 outputAlex Reznik, ETSI MEC Chair, ETSI

9:45-10:15: Introducing Phase 2Dario Sabella, ISG secretary and Lead of industry Group Relationship, ETSI MEC

10:15-10:30: coffee break

10:30-12:30: ETSI MEC and the wider MEC ecosystem: a perspective from other organization

Different speakers introduced by Dario Sabella, ISG secretary and Lead of industry Group Relationship, ETSI MEC

Speakers:

  • · Small Cell Forum – Mark Reudink
  • · VRARA – Richard Petrich
  • · OpenFog – Steve Vandris
  • · GSMA – Michele Zarri
  • · OpenStack – Jonathan Bryce
  • · OEC – Mark Reudink

12:30 – conclusions

Alex Reznik, ETSI MEC Chair, ETSI

  • Speaker Dario Sabella - ISG secretary and Lead of industry Group Relationship, ETSI MEC
  • Speaker Alex Reznik - ETSI MEC Chair, ETSI
  • Speaker Mark Reudink - Board Member, Small Cell Forum
  • Speaker Emeka Obiodu - Strategy Director, GSMA
  • Speaker Michele Zarri - Technical Director, GSMA

12:30 14:00 (90 mins)

Main agenda

Lunch Break

14:00 17:30 (210 mins)

Main agenda

OpenFog Consortium Workshop - Fog Computing in a MEC Environment - an Introductory Workshop

Fog Computing in a MEC Environment - an Introductory Workshop

Like mobile edge computing, fog computing & networking operates at the edge of networks to allow content, services and applications to be computed, resulting in faster response times.  In addition to enabling 5G applications, fog also enables the Internet of Things (IoT), embedded artificial intelligence, the tactile Internet and other scenarios where latency and network bandwidth are critical.  The fog computing architecture supports compute, control, networking and storage at the edge and supports all access modes from 5G cellular networks to DSL to Ethernet.  This session will provide an overview and introduction of fog computing and discuss the role of fog computing in MEC environments.

 I.             Introduction to fog computing and its role in mobile edge computing  

II.            Overview of the OpenFog Reference Architecture  

III.           Fog applications and use cases

IV.          Panel discussion with audience Q&A

 

Led By:  Members of the OpenFog Consortium 

  • Speaker Frank Michaud - Member, OpenFog Consortium
  • Speaker Jingyi Zhou - OpenFog Board of Directors, OpenFog Consortium
  • Speaker Tim Osbaldeston - Member, OpenFog Consortium
  • Speaker Steve Vandris - Board Director OpenFog Consortium and Director of IOT and 5G Solutions in the Datacenter Network Solutions Group of Intel, OpenFog Consortium
  • Speaker Gunnar Bergman - Founding Member, OpenFog Consortium

14:00 17:30 (210 mins)

Main agenda

Huawei - CDN Workshop

CDN Workshop

Monday, 25 September 2017 14:00 - 17:30

With the popularity of video services such as 4K/8K/VR/AR in future, the network throughput will increase in magnitude, and the ultra-low latency requirement might bring some challenges for current CDN. Current CDN nodes are often highly placed at the backbone and/or metro network. This kind of CDN network architecture can’t fit these services well since it poses a great challenge on the backbone/metro network capacity as well as the E2E delivery performance. In order to solve this problem and promote the healthy development and expansion of CDN industry chain, this session will provide an overview and introduction of CDN value chain, current challenge and future requirement, CDN new architecture, CDN new multi-interconnection between CDN service providers, operators, contents providers and other players, as well as new business cooperation innovation.

14:00–14:10 Chair’s Opening RemarksDom Robinson, Co-Founder, Director and Creative Firestarter, id3as

14:10-14:40 CDN Novel Architecture for High Distribution- Access CDN

  • CDN current challenge and future requirement analysis
  • Introduction to CDN novel architecture Access CDN for highly distributed edge
  • Innovation business model of Access CDN

Siyu Tang, Senior R&D, Huawei

14:50-15:20 Development Trends of CDN

  • The challenge and opportunity analysis of CDN
  • The technical upgrade direction of CDN
  •  The relationship between CDN and edge computing

    Dong Li, Assistant President, Chinanetcenter

15:30-16:00 CDN and Edge Computing

  • Perspectives of Edge computing for CSPs
  • CDN as an application of edge computing
  • De-centralizing content distribution to drive efficiencies
  • CDN use cases and business scenarios in the eyes of CSPs

Ervins Kampans, CTIO, Tele2

16:10-16:30 Examining Orange’s CDN in Spain

  • What have we done? How is our CDN network developing?
  • Deploying CDN nodes very deep in the Spanish network
  • CDN engineering constraints within deep caches
  • Exploring our PoC on vCDN

Laurent Ruckenbusch, Content Delivery Monitoring, Analytics and Mobile Optimization, Orange Labs 

16:40-17:00 Deploying CDN at the Edge of the Network

  • TEF experience delivering CDN @ the edge
  • Understanding the challenges associated with working with large content providers
  • What the future might look like?

David Artuñedo, CEO, OnLife Networks (Telefónica intrapreneur Startup)

17:00 – 17:20 Advanced Content Delivery: Beyond Containers and Microservice Architecture Dom Robinson, Co-Founder, Director and Creative Firestarter, id3as

Led By: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd

  • Speaker Dong Li - Assistant President, Chinanetcenter
  • Speaker Ervins Kampans - CTIO, Tele2 Estonia
  • Speaker David Artuñedo - CEO, OnLife Networks
  • Speaker Dom Robinson - Co-Founder & Director, Id3as
  • Speaker Laurent Ruckenbusch - Content Delivery Monitoring, Analytics and Mobile Optimization, Orange Labs