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Technical Advisory Process Workshop on Broadband Network Management

December 8, 2009, 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM EST
Room TW-C305 (Commission Meeting Room) | FCC, 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC

Coordinator info: Walter Johnston (202) 418-0807

This workshop will include presentations by technology experts on relevant technical characteristics of various broadband delivery platforms. Workshop topics may include an examination of current network management practices; how Internet and other services are provided over common facilities; and approaches to addressing harmful traffic such as malware or security threats. Participants will include representatives from the wireline and wireless service provider community, application companies, and academia.

Archived Video

Workshop Materials

Network Management: Network and Technology
Tom Sawanobori, Vice President of Network and Technology Strategy, Verizon PPT Icon Download PDF file

Cable Network Operating and Planning Considerations
Paul Liao, Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. Download PDF file

A Discussion with the FCC on the Open Internet
Paul Sanchirico, Vice President, Cisco Service Provider Systems Unit Download PDF file

Historical and Architectural Context for Traffic Management Needs Today
KC Claffy, UCSD/CAIDA Download PDF file

Traffic Management and the Open Internet
Scott Jordan, Department of Computer Science, University of California, Irvine Download PDF file

FCC Presentation
Bill Smith, President, AT&T Local Network Operations PPT Icon Download PDF file

Skype and the Network
Jonathan Rosenberg, Chief Technology Strategist, Skype PPT Icon Download PDF file

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