Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
The fourth annual Open Networking Summit (ONS) will be held March 3-5, 2014, in the heart of Silicon Valley, at the Santa Clara Convention Center and Hyatt Regency. It represents the industry’s only non-profit conference that brings together the entire networking ecosystem to discuss advances in Software-Defined Networking (SDN), OpenFlow and Network Function Virtualization (NFV).
“Everyone is trying to figure out how they can leverage SDN to lower CAPEX, reduce OPEX, increase customization and better enable cloud-based services,” said Guru Parulkar, chairman of ONS 2014. “ONS is leading the transformation in networking, bringing together the extended ecosystem to advance the understanding of current SDN deployments and what the networks of the future will look like tomorrow.”
The historically sold-out conference, in 2014, will be expanded to accommodate increasing demands from customers, operators, architects, vendors, executives, researchers, developers and investors. More than 2000 attendees, up from 1600 in 2013, are expected to attend ONS 2014.
With a unique program format in development, ONS 2014 will continue to have:
Attached ONS2013 Infographic is available for download and use.
Request Sponsor prospectus at sponsor(at)opennetsummit(dot)org.
To exhibit at ONS 2014, email exhibit(at)opennetsummit(dot)org.
Registration for ONS 2014 is open now. For more information or to reserve a spot at the best rate, go to http://www.OpenNetSummit.org.
About ONS, Inc.
With a mission to transform networking, the non-profit ONS is exclusively committed to bringing together the thought leaders, luminaries, creators, and innovators of SDN and OpenFlow to lead the development of the networks of tomorrow. Founded in 2011, ONS produces conferences that attract participants from around the world, who come to discuss, share and shape the future of networking. Through exhibitions, demonstrations, visionary talks, technology tutorials and networking opportunities, ONS helps facilitate the understanding and dialogues that drive the advancements and adoption of new networking technologies. More information on the Open Networking Summit can be found at http://www.OpenNetSummit.org.