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Tim Stevenson

Distinguished Engineer, Technical Marketing , Cisco

Speaker Bio

Tim Stevenson is a Distinguished Technical Marketing Engineer working on Cisco Data Center products and solutions. Tim has worked at Cisco since 1994, with over 16 years of experience working with Cisco switching platforms, including the Nexus 7000/7700 and Catalyst 6500. Tim is Routing & Switching CCIE #5561.

Speaker Sessions

Cisco Nexus 7000 Switch Architecture (2013 London) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the Nexus 7000 data center switch. Topics include supervisor, fabric, I/O modules, forwarding engine, and physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware- enabled features that combine to implement high-performance data center network services.

Cisco Nexus 7000 Switch Architecture (2012 San Diego) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the Nexus 7000 data center switch. Topics include supervisor, fabric, I/O modules, forwarding engine, and physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware- enabled features that combine to implement high-performance data center network services.

Cisco FabricPath Technology and Design (2013 Orlando) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session provides an introduction to Cisco's FabricPath technology, which enables simplified high-performance L2 switching fabrics. Topics include a review of FabricPath technology and implementation details, use-case/design considerations including interaction with Classic Ethernet environments, and a brief discussion of how Cisco FabricPath relates to the IETF TRILL (Transparent Interconnect of Lots of Links) standard.

Cisco Nexus 7000 Switch Architecture (2013 Orlando) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the Nexus 7000 data center switch. Topics include the latest generations of supervisor, fabric, I/O modules, forwarding engine, and physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware- enabled features that combine to implement high-performance data center network services.

Cisco FabricPath Technology and Design (2014 San Francisco) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

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This session provides an introduction to Cisco's FabricPath technology, which enables simplified high-performance L2 switching fabrics. Topics include a review of FabricPath technology benefits, implementation details, and use-case/design options and considerations.

Advanced - Cisco Nexus 7000/7700 Switch Architecture (2014 Milan) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the latest generation of Nexus 7000 and Nexus 7700 data center switches. Topics include supervisors, fabrics, I/O modules, forwarding engines, and physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware-enabled features that combine to implement high-performance data center network services.

Cisco FabricPath Technology and Design (2014 Milan) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session provides an introduction to Cisco's FabricPath technology, which enables simplified high-performance L2 switching fabrics. Topics include a review of FabricPath technology and implementation details, use-case/design considerations including interaction with Classic Ethernet environments, and a brief discussion of how Cisco FabricPath relates to the IETF TRILL (Transparent Interconnect of Lots of Links) proposed standard.

Advanced - Cisco Nexus 7000/7700 Switch Architecture (2014 San Francisco) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the latest generation of Nexus 7000 and Nexus 7700 data center switches. Topics include supervisors, fabrics, I/O modules, forwarding engines, and physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware-enabled features that combine to implement high-performance data center network services.

Cisco Nexus 9000 Architecture (2017 Las Vegas) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson , Lilian Quan

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the latest generation of Nexus 9000 modular and top-of-rack data center switches. Topics include forwarding hardware, switching fabrics, and other physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware-enabled features and capabilities that combine to provide high-performance data center network services.

Nexus 7000/7700 Architecture and Design Flexibility for Evolving Data Center Managements (2015 Melbourne) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session will discuss the foundations of the Nexus 7000 and 7700 series switches, including chassis, I/O modules, and NX-OS software. Examples will show common use-cases for different module types and considerations for module interoperability. The focus will then shift to key platform capabilities and features - including VPC, Fabricpath, OTV, VDCs, and others - along with real-world designs and deployment models. The session concludes with a discussion of emerging architectures and designs, including the role of Nexus 7000 and 7700 in VXLAN and Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) environments.

Cisco Nexus 7000/7700 Switch Architecture (2015 San Diego) Speaker(s): Tim Stevenson

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the latest generation of Nexus 7000 and Nexus 7700 data center switches. Topics include supervisors, fabrics, I/O modules, forwarding engines, and physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware-enabled features that combine to implement high-performance data center network services.

Cisco Nexus 7000/7700 Switch Architecture (2016 Las Vegas) Speaker(s): Nemanja Kamenica , Tim Stevenson

This session presents an in-depth study of the architecture of the latest generation of Nexus 7000 and Nexus 7700 data center switches. Topics include supervisors, fabrics, I/O modules, forwarding engines, and physical design elements, as well as a discussion of key hardware-enabled features that combine to implement high-performance data center network services.