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MEC Congress - The Warm Up
Learning Lab One: What is MEC and How will it Benefit your Business? The Basics!
Learning Lab One: What is MEC and How will it Benefit your Business? The Basics! 08:30 Registration 09:00 Introduction Yun Chao Hu, ISG MEC Vice Chair, ETSI,Huawei 09:10 ETSI MEC Use Cases 09:30 ETSI MEC requirements 10:00 MEC Architecture Phil Lamoureux, Architect Specialist – Mobility, Juniper Networks 10:30 Ongoing work on MEC APIs 11:00 – 11:30 Break 11:30 MEC – NFV Joe Cahill, ISG MEC Vice-Chair, ETSI, Intel 12:00 MEC Metrics 12:30 MEC PoC Dario Sabella, Vice Chairman, ETSI MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) IEG 13:00 Wrap-up workshop Yun Chao Hu, ISG MEC Vice Chair, ETSI,Huawei We want to simulate an interactive session with the audience, discussing what we can add and how to improve our specification work.
Learning Lab Two: Fog Computing in a MEC Environment - an Introductory Workshop
14:30 Learning Lab Two: Fog Computing in a MEC Environment - an Introductory Workshop
14:30 Introduction and overview of Fog Computing and the OpenFog Consortium
Charles Byers, Founding Member, OpenFog Architecture Workgroup
15:00 Fog computing and MEC – opportunities for collaboration
Steve Vandris, Board Director, OpenFog Consortium
15:20 Fog computing applications and use cases
Colin Alexander, Founding Member, OpenFog Consortium
15:50 The OpenFog architecture
Robert Swanson, Chair, OpenFog Technology Committee
16:45 Opportunities for MEC-Fog Computing Innovation – a panel discussion 1
17:30 Wrap-up workshop