ONE Summit

ONE Summit

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Networking, AI, Cloud Native, Edge/IOT

April 29 – May 1, 2024

San Jose, California

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  • Radia Perlman headshot

    Radia Perlman is a Fellow at Dell Technologies. She has made many contributions to the fields of network routing and security protocols.  Her IS-IS link state routing protocol design continues to be widely deployed today, and the principles have been incorporated into other routing protocols (such as OSPF).  Her spanning tree bridging design transformed Ethernet from a single shared link to a network that can support many links and still appear to IP as if it is a single link.  Her contributions to network security include designing systems resilient to malicious participants and storage systems with assured delete.  She wrote the textbook Interconnections (about layers 2 and 3) , and cowrote the textbook Network Security, the 3rd edition of which was recently published, and includes significant content about quantum computing and quantum-safe public key algorithms. She has received numerous awards including induction into the Inventor Hall of Fame, induction into the Internet Hall of Fame, lifetime achievement awards from ACM’s SIGCOMM and Usenix, election to National Academy of Engineering, election into the Washington State Academy of Science, and an honorary doctorate from KTH. She has a PhD in computer science from MIT.

  • Martin Casado headshot

    Martin Casado is a general partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz where he focuses on enterprise investing. He was previously the cofounder and chief technology officer at Nicira, which was acquired by VMware for $1.26 billion in 2012. While at VMware, Martin was a fellow, and served as senior vice president and general manager of the Networking and Security Business Unit, which he scaled to a $600 million run-rate business by the time he left VMware in 2016.

    Martin started his career at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where he worked on large-scale simulations for the Department of Defense before moving over to work with the intelligence community on networking and cybersecurity. These experiences inspired his work at Stanford where he created the software-defined networking (SDN) movement, leading to a new paradigm of network virtualization. While at Stanford he also cofounded Illuminics Systems, an IP analytics company, which was acquired by Quova Inc. in 2006.

    For his work, Martin was awarded both the ACM Grace Murray Hopper award and the NEC C&C award, and he’s an inductee of the Lawrence Livermore Lab’s Entrepreneur’s Hall of Fame. He holds both a PhD and Masters degree in Computer Science from Stanford University.

    Martin serves on the board of ActionIQ, Ambient.ai, Astranis, dbt Labs, Fivetran, Imply, Isovalent, Kong, Material Security, Netlify, Orbit, Pindrop Security, Preset, RapidAPI, Rasa, Tackle, Tecton, and Yubico.

  • Jan Uddenfeldt headshot

    Dr. Jan Uddenfeldt, is a principal innovator and pioneer of the wireless industry including GSM technology and mobile broadband 3G and 4G LTE technology. He is based in Silicon Valley since 2008.

    He is the former global Chief Technology Officer of Ericsson, where he worked from 1978 to 2010 of which the last 20 years as CTO and Senior VP. He was responsible for the R&D for GSM, 3G, 4G, IP networks. He is still an advisor to the company.

    Dr Uddenfeldt was also the global CTO and Senior VP at Sony Mobile Communications during 2010-2013 when the company transitioned to Android smartphones. He was also Senior Advisor to the Sony Corporation global CTO from 2013-2019.

    Since 2013 he is CEO of jUTechnology LLC and is board director and advisor to a portfolio of startup companies in Silicon Valley . This consists of 16 companies of which 6 have made exits and 7 are active in areas such as: AI (conversational, vision, driving), wireless, IoT, navigation, displays.

    He received his Ph.D. from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm in 1978 and an honorary Doctor’s degree from the University of Lund in 1996. He has been awarded with several prestigious prizes in Europe, US and Japan and is a member of the Wireless Hall of Fame.

  • Manish Jain headshot

    Manish Jain is the Product Leader for Edge Analytics & AI applications for Rockwell Automation. As part of the Software & Controls product organization, he is responsible for products focused on edge infrastructure and edge applications that use AI/ML for real-time manufacturing process optimization and predictive maintenance.

  • Michael Maxey headshot

    Michael Maxey is the VP of Business Development at ZEDEDA, where he focuses on building and executing go-to-market (GTM) strategies with customers and partners. Maxey is also an LF Edge Governing Board Member, helping drive efforts around standardization, developer recommendations, and solution building. Prior to ZEDEDA, Maxey held executive product management and corporate development roles at various infrastructure companies like Dell, Greenplum, Pivotal Software, Smallstep Labs, and EMC.

  • Dr. Junlan Feng headshot

    Dr. Junlan Feng, Chief Scientist at China Mobile, General Manager of AI and Intelligent Operation R&D Center. Dr. Feng has led R&D of China Mobile on artificial intelligence and big data since September 2013. She had been the architect of IBM Big Data from January 2013.1 to August 2013 and a principal researcher at AT&T Labs Research from August 2001 to January 2013. Dr. Feng received her Ph.D. on Speech Recognition in 2001 from Chinese Academy of Sciences. She is an IEEE senior member, an IEEE speech and language committee member and IEEE industry committee member. She is a reviewer for major data mining, speech, and natural language international conferences and journals. She has chaired and organized multiple conferences in these fields. Dr. Feng has over 50 professional publications and has been granted 33 U.S and international patents.

  • Ankur Jain headshot

    Ankur Jain is a Google Vice President responsible for Google Cloud’s Telecommunications Industry and product development for Google Distributed Cloud. In his current role, he heads the Engineering, Product Management, Solutions and Partnerships teams.

    Before this, Ankur was working in the tech office of the CEO on cross-Google strategic programs including 5G. He previously worked on Google’s connectivity and communication products including Google Fi, Loon, Google Station, Messages, Google Voice and CBRS-based networks. Before that he was instrumental in bringing software defined networking and disaggregation to Google’s edge network. He was one of the first engineers and later led Google’s content delivery network as it grew into the largest in the world, deployed today by several hundreds operators globally. 

    Ankur holds a masters degree in computer science and engineering from University of Washington Seattle and a bachelor’s degree in the same from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. He has a few dozen patents and conference papers filed/granted/published. He led Google’s participation in several industry groups including Linux Foundation’s Nephio project, White House discussions on 5G security, O-RAN Alliance, Open RAN Policy Coalition, Open Networking Foundation, NSF RINGS, GSMA Industry Specifications Approval Group. His closest shot at stardom though was when he went to Los Angeles in 2013 as part of the team that collected the 65th Primetime Emmy Engineering Award for YouTube but he still remains happily at Google after nearly 18 years.

  • Kandan Kathirvel headshot

    Kandan Kathirvel is a Product Management executive with over 20 years of experience in Cloud Automation, Edge, and AI infrastructure for telecommunications and various industries. Kandan currently leads his product management team at Google Cloud, where he and his product management team focus on developing and innovating edge automation products and edge platform capabilities. Prior to Google, Kandan held leadership roles in various initiatives at AT&T, including Domain 2.0, Cloud, O-RAN, and CDN.

    An open-source enthusiast, Kandan has a long history of involvement in open-source projects. He played a key role in founding and growing influential projects like Nephio and the LF Edge. His contributions to O-RAN, ONAP, ONF, and OpenStack showcase his significance in the open-source community.

  • Dr. Alex Jinsung Choi headshot

    Dr. Alex Jinsung Choi is Chairman of the O-RAN ALLIANCE and Senior Vice President, Group Technology and Head of T-Labs, which is the central Research & Development division of Deutsche Telekom. In addition, he is member of the Technology & Innovation management board, where he has responsibility for several strategic topics.

    Dr. Choi has been a thought leader for over 20 years in the mobile telecommunication industry & consumer electronics by driving forward key strategic and research topics in Telco and AI.

    Dr. Choi was the first Chairman of the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) and previously served as CTO for SK Telekom. With the introduction of “NUGU”, the first AI- based virtual assistant in Korea, Dr. Choi was influential in the development of AI solutions.

  • Thomas Rondeau, PhD headshot

    Dr. Tom Rondeau is the Principal Director for the FutureG Office for the US Department of Defense, serving in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD(R&E)). In this role, Dr. Rondeau is responsible for the research, funding, and execution of programs to advance warfighting capabilities using future-generation wireless technologies.

    Before assuming his role as Principal Director of the FutureG Office, Dr. Rondeau spent more than six years as a Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) program manager, where he led efforts that challenged and advanced studies in a variety of warfighting domains, earning him the Distinguished Public Service Medal.

    Prior to joining DARPA, Dr. Rondeau was the Project Lead for the GNU Radio project, consulted on wireless communications problem sets, and worked as a visiting researcher with the University of Pennsylvania and as an Adjunct with the IDA Center for Communications Research in Princeton, NJ.

    Dr. Rondeau holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech, where his dissertation won the Council of Graduate Schools’ 2007 Outstanding Dissertation Award in math, science, and engineering.

ONE Summit is the ONE industry event to focus on the best practices, technical challenges, and business opportunities facing network decision makers from Access to Edge to Cloud. Whether you’re deploying a 5G network, building government infrastructure, or using automation and networking to transform your business, this collaborative environment enables interaction with peers to learn about the open source networking technologies that will transform your business.

Schedule at a Glance

Monday, April 29Project Co-Located Events
Tuesday, April 30Keynotes, Breakout Sessions, Sponsor Showcase, Attendee Reception
Wednesday, May 1Keynotes, Breakout Sessions, Sponsor Showcase

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