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Frank Brockners

Frank Brockners

Technical Leader, Engineering, Cisco

Cisco Live/Networkers Speaker Since: 1999 (EU), 2005 (US)

Frank Brockners is Technical Leader in the Network Systems Software Technology Group (NSSTG), within Cisco’s Corporate Development Organization. Frank focuses on IPv6 for Mobile and Broadband Networks, next generation Ethernet, and Software Defined Networks. He’s currently developing forward looking Service-Delivery Architectures driving future platform and systems requirements. This involves his participation in standard bodies and industry fora, such as IETF and 3GPP.

Earlier Frank worked in several roles, including Product Management for Cross-Platform Technologies in Metro DWDM, Product Marketing Management, as well as Network Consultancy. He authored several papers, published in journals and international conferences. Frank, who is a frequent speaker at international events and conferences, holds a M.Sc./diploma degree in Electrical Engineering (Aachen, University of Technology, Germany; 1994) as well as a Ph.D./Dr. degree in Information Science (University of Cologne, Germany; 1999).

Register for a Session which Frank Brockners will be the speaker at:

Session ID Description Year
BRKSPG-2206

Towards Massively Scalable Ethernet Technologies and Standards

2011
BRKSPM-5143

IPv4 – Exhaustion and IPv6-Transition in Mobile Networks

2011

Cisco Live Speaker Recaps:

Session ID Description Score Year
BRKSPG-2206

Evolving Standards for Carrier Ethernet

4.58 2010
BRKSPG-2206

Evolving Standards for Carrier Ethernet

4.95 2010
BRKSPM-2840

Architecting for IPv4 Exhaustion and IPv6 Transition for Mobile Operators

4.56 2010
BRKSPG-2184

IPv4 Exhaustion, NAT, and IPv6 Transition Techniques for SP Subscriber Networks

4.86 2010