MPLS 2007

10th Annual International Conference on
MPLS and Related Technologies


August 29th, 2007
Aug 29th, 2007: Exhibit Booth Layout Announced


Last Updated:
August 20th, 2007:

MPLS2007 Program Announced

(tutorials | sessions)

July 11th, 2007:
10th Annual MPLS International Conference Annouced

(view pdf)

May 22th, 2007:
Isocore announces Spring LEC completion

(view pdf)

May 9th, 2007:
Isocore releases industry’s first IPTV test report


The year 2007 marks the 10th anniversary of MPLS International Conference and over the past 10 years, the conference has helped industry grow and have been the venue of the launch of new technologies that are driving the Internet towards next generation.

Year after year since 1998, MPLS has brought new ideas to discussion at the conference, and have seen these ideas deployed in largest networks of the world.

With a very large number of participants from around the world MPLS International Conference is the leading conference to see the rendezvous of the greatest minds in the field of next-generation Internet, ever growing Ethernet and MPLS services, universal provider packet transport technologies, Multi-Play services, Backhauling of wireless and legacy networks, and IP-Optical networks. MPLS 2007 merits promise of being the panache of what the technology sector requires and deserves in innovation.

The Multi Protocol Label Switching International Conference established in 1998 has grown to become one of the largest of its kind in the world. With participants from all over the world it has become the hub of activity for MPLS, Converged Network Services, Mobile backhauling, Ethernet services, Universal provider packet transport, IP Optical and other emerging generation Internet technologies. Each year the MPLS International Conference has been the pinnacle of introduction and exchange of fresh and novel ideas with concurrent tutorials, debates and discussions by prominent vendors and service providers.

Conference Co-Chairs
Kou Miyake

Kou Miyake

Loa AnderssonLoa Andersson
Acreo AB

Technical Committee Co-Chairs

Dave McDysanDave McDysan

Tomohiro OtaniTomohiro Otani

Why Attend the 10th Anniversary?

  1. Global Networking – MPLS International Conference has seen an excellent admix of people from all over the world who excel in and are leaders in internet technologies. The conference is a great ground for meeting these people and exchanging ideas and perspectives.
  2. What’s New – Working in our own havens, we keep digging our own water holes deeper, not realizing how many more have sprung up. MPLS International Conference is an opportunity to get out and see what is new in the market and how much competition has grown.
  3. Regard for your time – The speakers and the exhibitors are carefully selected to present apposite and reliable information about the technical field. MPLS 2007 will be responsible for bringing together some of the industry’s most renowned names like, Tadanobu Okada (Senior VP and Executive Director, NTT), Loa Anderson (IETF MPLS WG Co chair) and the some of the leaders in technology.
  4. Rendezvous Point – MPLS 2007 will serve as the meeting point of some of the largest service providers and carriers in the industry. Do not miss the opportunity of a little jargonal tête-à-tête with them in person.
  5. Be your own Critic – Measure out yourself against competition and allies and see where you stand in the field of internetworking.
  6. Appetizing Work – Washington D.C is home to some of the best restaurants and bars in the entire US. You can wash away the entire day’s weariness by relaxing and enjoying an international cuisine or drinks in any one of the many restaurants located within walking distance of the Omni Shoreham Hotel.
Conference Schedule

Sun Oct 28: 11:00am - 5:45pm

Technical Tracks
Mon Oct 29: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tues Oct 30: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wed Oct 31: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Inter-Op Demo
Thu Nov 1

Mon Oct 29: 10:30am - 7:30pm
Tues Oct 30: 10:30am - 7:30pm
Wed Oct 31: 10:30am - 1:30pm

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