SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Netronome, the leading developer of network flow processors, today announced that Jim Finnegan, senior vice president of engineering, and Nabil Damouny, senior director of strategic marketing, will be participating in two panel discussions at the Open Server Summit on October 22 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
“We are living in an extremely prominent time for technology, and the progression of software defined networking is only adding to the buzz”
“We are living in an extremely prominent time for technology, and the progression of software defined networking is only adding to the buzz,” said Finnegan. “Today’s networks are becoming increasingly reliant on software as opposed to hardware, as SDN is having a significant impact on network designs. I look forward to hearing industry experts debate the trajectory of SDN in the coming months and years.”
Finnegan will chair the panel discussion titled, “The Future of SDN” at 4:00 p.m. With over 30 years of senior management experience in the networks and communications business, Finnegan will facilitate the discussion between experts from Brocade Communications, 451 Research, Cisco Systems, and IDC. In addition, Netronome will have Damouny, who is also the vice chair of the Market Education Committee at ONF, in attendance to discuss the use of OpenFlow for high-level services during the “Networking Applications Part 2” panel at 2:45 p.m.
The Open Server Summit highlights the design of next-generation servers, including simple blades and powerful high-end computing. The three-day event, held October 22-24, features sessions and exhibits that will examine virtualization, cloud computing, green design, and more. For more information on the summit, please visit http://www.openserversummit.com/.
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Netronome is a fabless semiconductor company and leader in flow processing. Netronome’s solutions include flow processing silicon, software, tools and acceleration platforms that scale from 1 to 400 Gbps. They are used by networking equipment OEMs worldwide in carrier-grade and enterprise-class communications products that require deep packet inspection, flow analysis, content processing, virtualization and security. Netronome’s processors are supported by comprehensive tools and a broad ecosystem of premier partners. Netronome’s products are developed in labs in Santa Clara, CA, Boxborough, MA and Pittsburgh, PA. To learn more about Netronome and its products, please visit www.netronome.com.