Tuesday, 5 March, 14:00-17:00
Theater II, Hall E
Session sponsored and organized by Juniper Networks
Machine Learning and Automation will become vital to progressing network architectures. The broad adoption of evolving industry standards will lead to; rather than constrain, the trajectory of innovative service trends in the Cloud era. New hardware and software innovations at layers 1-3 will enable these layers to actively engage in automation trends going forward. “Coherent Equivalence” is a term that represents the combining and aligning of appropriate client and line Optical Interfaces and packaging with Packet Forwarding ASICs to enable immense flexibility, full access to throughput capacity control and the mitigation of multivendor-induced interoperability complexity that hinders automation. Join us for an in-depth review and discussion of trends, packet and optical boundaries being crossed, optimal paths forward, and how roadmap alignment can accelerate architecture evolution to new levels of performance, efficiency and simplicity.
Donyel Jones-Williams, Director of Service Provider Product Marketing, Juniper Networks, USA
Donyel Jones-Williams joined Juniper Networks in 2014 driving product marketing in core routing, packet optical, carrier SDN, and NFV. He now the leads Junipers service provider product marketing team for Core, Edge, Metro, NFV & SDN, Packet Optical, and SP Infrastructure Automation & Analytics. He has over 18 years of telecommunication experience ranging from system test engineering, development engineer, technical marketing, and product marketing during his tenure at Cisco. He strives to build a culture that emphasizes an aspirational work environment, mentoring emotional intelligence, exploring deep creative insights, and maintaining healthy physical energy to evaluate marketing effect in making a meaningful difference in the world. Donyel graduated from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. While attending Cal Poly SLO, he was a collegiate student-athlete playing football as a wide receiver and was a key member of the National Society of Black Engineers.
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