Conferences and Events
Internet Society Mobility Panel @ IETF 79
Location: Beijing, China, Shangri-La Hotel, Garden Wing, Level I, Ballroom II
Date: Tuesday, 9 November 2010
11:45am-12:45pm CST (UTC/GMT +8 hours)
Handheld, Wireless, and Open: Priorities for the Mobile Future Internet
Traditional desktop and laptop computers today are increasingly making use of wide-area wireless networks, and all shapes and sizes of mobile devices are making more use of the Internet. These globally connected nodes stretch the boundaries of requirements for Internet hosts published 21 years ago in Internet Engineering Task Force RFC1123 and RFC1122. They are introducing new challenges and opportunities for the development of a future Internet. The implications that reach beyond networking, also impacting choices for, and support of, applications technologies.
This panel identified and discussed the top open issues for enabling the mobile future Internet based on open standards.
- Leslie Daigle, CITO, Internet Society
Leslie Daigle is the Chief Internet Technology Officer for the Internet Society. She has been actively involved in shaping the Internet's technical evolution for more than a dozen years. Her role with the Internet Society is to provide strategic leadership on important technical issues as they relate to ISOC's ongoing programs. She has worked with the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) since 1995, and was an appointed member of the related Internet Architecture Board (IAB) from March 2000 to March 2008.
- Hui Deng, China Mobile
Hui Deng is the Deputy Principle Staff of China Mobile Research Institute, Beijing, He obtained his Doctor degree from Dept. Computer Science and Technology at Tsinghua University in 2002. From 2002 to 2007, he has been the Chief Researcher and Senior Researcher in Hitachi (China) R&D Cooperation. He joins the China Mobile since 2007 and is working on the research about the evolvement of the operator during the age of mobile Internet.
- Stefano Faccin, RIM
Stefano Faccin is a standards manager with Research in Motion and has 16 years of experience in the wireless field. Stefano has been involved in a variety of standardization fora (3GPP, IETF, IEEE, WFA, WiMAX, FMCA) working both on solutions for mobile networks and for mobile devices. Stefano's recent interest include technical solutions for the support of optimized communications and mobility for multi-homed multi-access mobile devices.
- Ted Hardie, Panasonic
Ted Hardie is currently Managing Director Director for Panasonic's Wireless Research Laboratory. His personal research interests cover a broad range of Internet technologies, but are currently focused on novel data distribution methods, mesh and peer networks, locality of service, and identifiers for non-hierarchical systems. He has previously served on the IAB, as Applications Area Director for the IESG, and on the ISOC Board of Trustees. Dr. Hardie received his bachelor's
degree from Yale and his doctorate from Stanford. He has been a Fulbright Fellow and a Yale-China Fellow, both in Hong Kong.
- Dave Thaler, Microsoft
Dave Thaler is a Software Architect in the Windows Networking and Devices division at Microsoft. Prior to joining Microsoft in 1998, he was a routing developer at Merit Network. Since then, he has been responsible for multicast, IPv6, network diagnostics, and peer-to-peer efforts within Windows Networking, and also led the TCP/IP team during the design of the new TCP/IP stack in Windows Vista. Dave has been active in the IETF since 1995 and has authored over 20 RFCs, covering IPv6, multicast, MIBs, etc.