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Thursday, March 9 • 10:00am - 10:55am
Delivering Carrier-Grade OCP to Telco Data Centers

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One of the newest specifications that has been named OCP-ACCEPTED™ is the CG-OpenRack-19 specification. CG-OpenRack-19 is a scalable carrier-grade rack level system that integrates high performance compute, storage and networking in a standard rack. In this workshop, communications service providers and vendors that created the specification and are dedicated to bringing OCP Open Rack principles to the telco data center will address: • The telecom industry’s transformation from the traditional Central Office to virtualized data centers and how this transition is driving demand for open hardware solutions. • Why adapting the OCP base model to the telecom environment must take into account new requirements to accommodate existing Central Offices. • The specific requirements for carrier-grade OCP, including Physical, Content/Workload, Management, and Networking/Interconnect. • How the CG-OpenRack-19 specification aligns with the principles of OCP. Panelists will discuss in-depth how the spec meets requirements for efficient design, scale-out ready architecture, open source and creating a meaningful positive impact. • A real-world example of a CG-OpenRack-19 based hardware solution being deployed in a live network.

Link to slides: http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=232c44b30b059930eba1b1b3c810cf7b 

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Alleman

Andrew Alleman

CTO, Radisys
Andrew Alleman is the CTO at Radisys where he was instrumental in building product lines based on OCP design philosophy. He received his undergraduate degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a graduate degree from the University of Washington.
avatar for Tim Casto

Tim Casto

Systems Technologist, Artesyn
Tim Castro is a Systems Technologist at Artesyn Embedded Technologies. With over 20 years in the embedded systems market, Tim Casto has a wealth of experience and a passion for Telecom, Networking and Embedded Computing system technologies.
avatar for Damascene Joachimpillai

Damascene Joachimpillai

Verizon
DJ is responsible for Network and Security architecture for Verizon labs. He has many years of Network Development and is now focused on application deployment in large containerized operating environment. He has a keen interest in parallelism of the Network Processing applications and is a big fan of open networking. He has been steadfast in supporting and promoting Linux and its Networking as a model for major application deployment... Read More →
avatar for Tushar Saxena

Tushar Saxena

Radisys
Tushar Saxena manages data center product lines at Radisys. Prior to this he helped deploy Open WiFi systems at carriers and managed connected home and broadband products at Verizon.


Thursday March 9, 2017 10:00am - 10:55am
Grand Ballroom E

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