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Net-Centric 2020

5G Architecture, Integration and Security

Call for Presentation Abstract Proposals

Submission due date: February 18, 2020. Extend to February 28 !!!

Service providers and digital enterprises both operate a network-centric business model, with revenue tied directly to the flow of traffic to support services and applications across private and public networks. Isocore's 2020 Net-Centric conference is where networking thought leaders gather to share ideas and experience in both cutting-edge technology developments as well as operational best practices. The Net-Centric 2020 effort is collaboration to assist in bringing clarity and direction to a highly important 5G & leading-edge technologies. Isocore 2020 is the must-go venue for technologists and those working in network operators, service and cloud providers, network equipment and software developers, system integrators, and open networking industry as well as media and analysts. The conference will be held April 2 - 3 in Paris, France December 3 - 4.

Please submit your abstracts to cfp2020[at]

Please see the following topics (select A - G or H):

A. 5G Innovations

  • 5G Architecture
  • 5G and ITS
  • Mobile 5G Networks
  • 5G Security and Privacy
  • Novel Applications and Services

B. Machine Leaning for Network Management & Optimization of Emerging Networks

  • Machine Leaning for Network Management
  • Machine Leaning for Network Virtualization
  • Intersection with Application and Services
  • Smart Cities, Smart Homes, IoT Gateway
  • Network technologies for supporting Self-Driving Vehicular
  • Containerization of Applications and Services
  • Big data network analytics
  • Self-learning networks

C. Edge Clouds and Data Center Technologies:

  • Edge Automation, Edge Cloud Policy, Edge Application Orchestration
  • Zero Touch Operations
  • Fog Computing, Mobile Edge Computing, and Multi-access Edge Computing
  • Mobility in Cloud
  • IP, MPLS, Ethernet and other networking for Inter-data center connectivity to Cloud
  • IP, MPLS, Ethernet and other networking for Customer access to Cloud
  • Service Provider, Customer, Enterprise experiences/case studies with Cloud
  • Security aspects

D. Open Source Platforms and Technologies

  • Open source software based networking platforms
  • Open source software/hardware and current technology trends
  • NFV Architectures using Open source
  • Open source in production data centers and networks
  • OpenStack deployments - Architecture, features and Challenges
  • Open-X (Compute Platform, Orchestrator, MANO)

E. Virtualization and Network Automation Technologies

  • Self-monitor, Self-configure, Self-optimize, and Self-heal
  • IoT Vertical Applications
  • Network Slicing for 5G Networks
  • Network Service Chaining Applications
  • Segment Routing and IPv6 Networking
  • Control of the Programmable Data plane (SRv6, etc.)

F. SDN & NFV for Enterprise Networks

  • Control and Data Plane Decoupling Architectural Benefits, Principles, and Use Cases
  • Applicability of SDN to service provider/carrier networks
  • SD-WAN and related technologies
  • SDN for : MPLS, Optical, Ethernet, Mobile Networks
  • Northbound/Southbound APIs standards, open source and operational experience
  • SDN Security
  • Orchestration and Devops
  • Case studies, operational experience with SDN and NFV
  • Modeling, Management and Operations with SDN and NFV (Netconf, Yang, XML, Restconf)
  • Optimization of Network and DC resources - Mobile networks, Cloud and DC, Wireline Network

G. Advanced Programmable Hardware and Applications

  • Programmable Hardware, Open SOC, Open FPGA
  • Data plane Programmability (P4 targets, FPGA, etc.)
  • In-network Processing
  • Open and Programmable Radios
  • Cells on Demand, Cells on Drones
  • Dynamic Reconfigurable Network Systems and Applications
  • Architecture on Demand
  • Whitebox Reference Designs for Network Infrastructure

H. Other

  • Traffic Engineering
  • Path Computation and Routing
  • Architecture and Protocol support for Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Network Economics & Models
  • Blockchain Technology Applications

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