Takashi Ooi

Senior Vice President - Network Services

NTT Communications

Gint Atkinson

VP Network Strategy & Architecture

KVH

Giles Proctor

VP - Data Center Services

Pacnet

Ming Kiat Lim

Director of Corporate Network & System Engineering

SingTel

Tanto Suratno

Senior Manager – IT Business Service Acquisition

Telkom Indonesia

Jon Vestal

VP - Product Architecture

Pacnet

Ling-Chih Kao

Project Engineer – Network Planning

Chunghwa Telecom

Shahar Steiff

AVP Business Operations

PCCW

DK Lee

Manager - Core Network Lab, Network R&D Centre

SK Telecom

Mohd Nazrul Hazeri

Manager , Network Architecture and Technology Planning

Telecom Malaysia R&D

Nam-Seok Ko

Principal Researcher

ETRI

Frank Ruhl

Managing Director

Blue Ocean Networks

John Strassner

Co-Chair - ZOOM WG

TMForum

Cathy Huang

Industry Manager

Frost & Sullivan

Michael Howard

Co-Founder & Principal Analyst

Infonetics Research

Moshe Shimon

Vice President, Product Line Management

Telco Systems

Giles Proctor

VP - Data Center Services

Pacnet

Tanto Suratno

Senior Manager – IT Business Service Acquisition

Telkom Indonesia

Ming Kiat Lim

Director of Corporate Network & System Engineering

SingTel

Cathy Huang

Industry Manager

Frost & Sullivan

Jon Vestal

VP - Product Architecture

Pacnet

Nam-Seok Ko

Principal Researcher

ETRI

Moshe Shimon

Vice President, Product Line Management

Telco Systems

DK Lee

Manager - Core Network Lab, Network R&D Centre

SK Telecom

Shahar Steiff

AVP Business Operations

PCCW

Frank Ruhl

Managing Director

Blue Ocean Networks

Hear What Our Past Attendees Had To Say

Software Defined Networking & Network Functions Virtualisation will fundamentally redefine how operators across the world manage & deploy services across the network. The industry shift towards virtual and software-based networking platforms has been gaining significant momentum over the past 3 years. 2014 has seen an increase in Proof of Concept and lab trials undertaken between vendors and operators. Across the remainder of the year, and going into 2015, there is widely anticipated uptake and deployment of SDN enabled networks and NFV-based services in an increasing number of operators.

In previous years, the biggest question in the industry has been “What is SDN? What is NFV?” The fundamental principal of both is now more commonly understood and acknowledged within the industry, and the next 18 months will see a shift from “What is?” to “How?”.

SDN & NFV Asia returns to Singapore for the 2nd time, and will be answering the question of “how” for this revolutionary industry. Namely, through a variety of analysis, insight & debate into key factors that will guide future successes.

Influencers and leaders of SDN & NFV will meet in Singapore this December to road-map the next generation network infrastructure. Alongside Carrier Ethernet APAC; the entire current & future infrastructure ecosystem for the telecoms industry will fall under the microscope.

The show will be supplemented by PoC and live deployment case-studies from Asia’s largest carriers, such as NTT, SingTel & China Mobile. Exhibitors will also be on hand to showcase functioning solutions and provide assistance with any technical or strategic challenges that you and your organisation face.

3 days of workshops, forums, keynote sessions, debates, contests, demonstrations, case-studies, interviews, networking sessions and more will bring together more than 350 experts; all to provide attendees with comprehensive solutions and benchmarks to enable strategy & implementation planning.

See you in Singapore!

Gabriela Magaldo
SDN & NFV Series Director
IIR Telecoms and Technology

Excellent organisation of a very interesting and important event

Telecom Italia

A strong event with a diverse range of speakers providing useful insight to SDN developments and applications

Vodafone

Excellent organization of a very interesting event. Importantly, it offered a real chance for Operators, Vendors and other players in the Telco arena to share their views and discuss about the challenges and the opportunities offered by SDN and Virtualisation. Open-source software and standard hardware will play a significant role in the coming Industry transformation, so meeting also the Players of such fields, at these events, will be extremely valuable.

Telecom Italia

SDN Summit was a great insight into the use cases of software defined networking, and helped to remove a lot of the hype that surrounds the technology, and was also a great way to meet other telecoms professionals facing the same challenges

SFR

Conferences like the SDN Summit are critical to establishing the use cases and problems facing operators, and consequently the direction of SDN development and ultimate solutions.

IETF

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