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Greg Hankins - NOKIA

Greg Hankins is a Senior Product Manager at Nokia for the 7750 SR and 7950 XRS product lines.  He works with service providers and Internet exchanges around the world to deliver advanced network solutions.  Greg has  been an active member of the network operator and IXP community for over 15 years, and frequently speaks at network operator conferences on network technology and operational topics.  Prior to joining Nokia, Greg held technical marketing and systems engineering positions at Brocade Communications, Force10 Networks and Riverstone Networks, and network engineering positions at MindSpring Enterprises and the Georgia Institute of Technology.


 

Mikael Holmberg - Extreme Networks

Mikael Holmberg is an experienced networking professional that has over 25 years experience in Telecom and Networking industry with expert level of knowledge acting as a subject matter expert in networking architectures and technologies. He has held various technical positions with major Networking and Telecom companies. Mikael joined Extreme Networks in 2000, and his current role is Senior Global Consulting Engineer. He’s responsibilities include technical consulting, and network design around various verticals. International experience working in many countries across the globe on a range of verticals including Data Center, Cloud, Multi-Tenant Cloud, HPC and IXPs.


 

Rob Lister - LONAP

Rob started as LONAP’s first full-time Senior Network Engineer in January 2012 to support the day-to-day operations and growth of the exchange. He has significant experience in layer 2 peering and IXP networks in particular. Rob deals with most of the day-to- day support queries, new connections and upgrades. Rob has worked in a number of roles including technical support, training and system administration for a variety of companies including Demon Internet, McLaren F1 and LINX. 


 

Aleksi Suhonen - TREX

Aleksi Suhonen has been on the Internet since 1987 when he found out thelocal university was connected and in peering since 1997 when he went to work for a local Internet startup called Scifi Communications International.
Since then he has started a consulting company that helps other ISPs with internetworking issues and this company has also started a number of other companies to do with internetworking, such as an IXP and an operator neutral data centre.


 

Marc Bruyere - TouIX

Marc Bruyere has a Ph.D from the LAAS CNRS in Toulouse France. He designed and deployed the  rst European OpenFlow IXP fabric for the TouIX. He started his career in 1996 working for Club-Internet.fr, and for Cisco, Vivendi Universal, Credit Suisse First Boston, Airbus/Dimension Data, Force10 Networks, and Dell. He is a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert #16651. He has been involved in the NetFPGA project for a few years, and his thesis is about Open Source OpenFlow SDN for IXPs.Ciena is a network strategy and technology company. We translate best-in-class technology into value – with a relentless drive to create exceptional experiences measured by outcomes.


 

Christoph Dietzel - DE-CIX

Christoph Dietzel is Head of the Research & Development Department at DE-CIX. Prior to his promotion in February 2017, he was a part of the R&D team and responsible for several research initiatives, including numerous projects funded by the public sector (EU, German Federal Ministries). Chris is a PhD student in the INET group, advised by Anja Feldmann at Technische Universität Berlin, since the end of 2014. His ongoing research interests focus on Internet measurements / security, routing, and traffic classification. Chris is also highly interested in IXP-related aspects of the Internet ecosystem.


 

Jo Fereday - LINX

When Jo started her electrical engineering degree she was surprised to discover she was one of only 2 women on a course of 50 people. Having worked in the IT industry for over 30 years Jo is still surprised. She is currently working as the product manager at The London Internet Exchange.