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Asia-Pacific I 2017 media pack

Theme:  The virtualization of SDN networks

Software defined networking (SDN) has emerged as a promising paradigm for making the control of communication networks flexible. SDN separates the data packet forwarding plane, i.e., the data plane, from the control plane and employs a central controller. Network virtualization allows the flexible sharing of physical networking resources by multiple users (tenants). Each tenant runs its own applications over its virtual network, i.e., its slice of the actual physical network. The virtualization of SDN networks promises to allow networks to leverage the combined benefits of SDN networking and network virtualization and has therefore attracted significant research attention in recent years. A critical component for virtualizing SDN networks is an SDN hypervisor that abstracts the underlying physical SDN network into multiple logically isolated virtual SDN networks (vSDNs), each with its own controller. We comprehensively survey hypervisors for SDN networks in this paper. We categorize the

SDN hypervisors according to their architecture into centralized and distributed hypervisors. We furthermore sub-classify the hypervisors according to their execution platform into hypervisors running exclusively on general-purpose compute platforms, or on a combination of general-purpose compute platforms with general- or special-purpose network elements. We exhaustively compare the network attribute abstraction and isolation features of the existing SDN hypervisors. As part of the future research agenda, we outline the development of a performance evaluation framework for SDN hypervisors.

Confirmed authors (order by name)

  • Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing, Procera Networks
  • Damien Dujacquier (& Mohit Gidwani) , Senior Partner, Roland Berger
  • Dana Coperson, Research Director, Analysys Mason
  • Janusz Filipiak (Prof.), Founder, President & CEO, Comarch
  • Joachim Horn, Chief Technology Advisor, PLDT Inc.
  • Louis Scialabba, Director, Carrier Solutions Marketing, Radware
  • Mats Nordlund,  CEO & Co-founder, Netrounds
  • Mirko Voltolini, VP Technology & Architecture , Colt  Technology Services
  • Mr. Lim Ming Kiat,  Director, Business Product Engineering, Singtel
  • Nick Tausanovitch, VP Solutions Architecture , Netronome

 

 

 


 

Contribution and Breakdowns

Distribution

Asia-Pacific

Trade shows

Controlled circulation

Digital recipients

 

 

Total copies: 25,988 per issue

10,000

15,988

94,700

 
Gitex and ITU World Dubai 4,000
 
 
Fortune 1,000 companies 7,000
Chairman, CEO...
 
Governments 3,000
Head of state, Ministers...
 
International organisations 2,000
Leading executives...
 
Regional top 100 ICT companies by sales turnover 10,000
Regional chairman, CEO...
 
Africa 750
 
Asia-Pacific 2,250
 
Europe 2,750
 
Latin America 1,000
 
Middle East 750
 
North America 2,500
 
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