PARCセミナー - Technical and Commercialization of Information Centric Networking

2014年 2月 18日
新丸ビル・コンファレンススクエア Room 902A, 東京都千代田区丸の内1-5-1


A Technical and Commercialization Roadmap for Information Centric Networking

by Glenn Edens, General Manager, Networking and Distributed Systems, PARC, a Xerox company

Information Centric Networking, ICN, is poised to create significant new business opportunities in applications such as Internet of Things, Content Distribution Networks, and Cloud, as well as to offer a path to co-evolve with existing network protocols to handle the explosive growth of traffic on the Internet.
PARC, together with a growing community of developers and partners, has made Content-Centric Networking, CCN, a leading contender for early implementation of ICN.  PARC has also implemented CCN on several hardware platforms, including a family of proprietary high performance routers.
Glenn will give an overview of CCN’s current state including examples of projects being undertaken by PARC and members of the community. He will outline in detail the technical roadmap that PARC is proposing and the business approach PARC is taking to move with a limited group of collaborators from research prototype to a production prototype code base, including a subscription model for licensing its intellectual property covering both CCN and network security.
This is an English only seminar.



Glenn Edens’ Background 
Prior to returning to PARC, Glenn served as CEO of Range Networks; SVP and Executive Director of Sun Microsystems Laboratories; Chief of Technology Strategy and Chief Scientist at HP; and President of AT&T Strategic Ventures, where he also served as VP of Broadband Technology within AT&T Laboratories.  At Interval Research Corporation in Palo Alto he managed research into consumer electronics and IPTV as well as the transfer of research results into external companies.  He also led due diligence for Paul Allen’s Vulcan Ventures.
Glenn co-founded Grid Systems Corporation, the company that developed the first laptop computer.  His design for the laptop is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.  He later co-founded WaveFrame Corporation, which received an Oscar from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for its pioneering work in digital audio.  His prior positions include NBI, Apple Computer, National Semiconductor, and Xerox Corporation.