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Wednesday, July 29 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Linking IoT and SDN: How ODL can play a key role in IoT - Lionel Florit, Cisco; Jan Medved, Cisco and John Burns, Cisco

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What governs the IoT/IoE space currently is a state of fragmentation: deployments focus on verticals implemented in silos. A way to move from today's fragmented intranets of things to the Internet of Everything is by turning the network into a horizontal application enablement platform.

The IoTDM project started in November last year aims at creating a distributed IoT data collection system, running on ODL, which enables authorized applications to retrieve data supplied by any device through open semantic abstractions. IoTDM provides the functions of the data exchange capability in the M2M/IoT service layer. Further, IoTDM being located on an SDN controller gives us unprecedented access to the network. This presentation will address the background of the project, what we have implemented in ODL and the next steps for this project.

Speakers
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John Burns

Principal in the CTO Organization at Cisco
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Lionel Florit

"Lionel Florit has been in the networking and IT industry for over 20 years, currently a Principal in the CTO organization at Cisco, leading the development of IoT products and proof of concepts. His team is driving the development of an IoT middleware running on OpenDayLight (IoTDM). Lionel has served on the board of directors and chair of the Metro Ethernet Forum and made numerous industry standards contributions. He holds several patents in... Read More →
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Jan Medved

Jan Medved is a Distinguished Engineer in the CTO office at Cisco Systems. He has been involved with the OpenDaylight project since February 2013. In addition to OpenDaylight, Jan works on several SDN-related projects at Cisco, and is active in IETF and other standards organizations.


Wednesday July 29, 2015 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Grand Ballroom B