The IEEE Conference on Computer Communications addresses key topics and issues related to computer communications, with emphasis on traffic management and protocols for both wired and wireless networks.
Material is presented in a program of technical sessions, panel discussions and workshops. The first INFOCOM conference took place in 1982 and has since taken place at many locations around the world - Italy, Japan, Israel, Spain, Brazil, as well as most regions of the US.
Keynote by Nicholas Ilyadis
Title: The Evolution of Next Generation Data Centers
Abstract: Data centers are evolving to create new computational and communication paradigms in our connected world. The promise of utility and cloud computing is being realized with new technologies and communication protocols that are re-casting how data centers are built, organized and interconnected. This talk will explore the drivers of what is creating these new challenges and opportunities, the networking advancements that are addressing them, and what the future could bring as we fast-forward these advancements. The talk will cover data center fabrics and virtualization advancements that are enabled by Ethernet in the data center.