Deepfield will be represented in the Nokia booth at Mobile World Congress
a pre-conference workshop will be held on Monday 20 March. Contact your Deepfield or Nokia sales representative if you are interested in attending.
Heading to RSA? See Nokia Deepfield's Scott Rikimaru talk on the changing landscape of DDoS attacks in the era of cloud and IoT
Wednesday, February 15th at 3:00pm PT.
The Internet is more dangerous than ever before. With the prediction of recurring TB attacks in 2017, you need deep visibility into cloud servers, applications, IoT, and CDNs -- not just IP addresses. With Nokia Deepfield, you can detect more quickly, cost-effectively and with fewer false positives/negatives than ever before.
Scott Rikimaru been involved in protecting customers against DDoS attacks since 2006. He is currently a Senior Consulting Engineer at Nokia Deepfield.
The RSA Conference conducts information security events around the globe that connect you to industry leaders and highly relevant information. We also deliver, on a regular basis, insights via blogs, webcasts, newsletters and more so you can stay ahead of cyber threats.
Deepfield to Sponsor Beer 'N Gear at NANOG 69. More information coming soon.
NANOG69 (North American Network Operators Group), is conference that covers topics such as: Interconnections intra-building, IXes, metro-wide connections, MMR, transit purchasing tactics and strategies and peering Power and facilities green power, power reliability and engineering, cooling, power efficiency and facilities management DNS botnet discovery, using DNS data for network metrics and geolocation Security route filtering of large peers/customers, routing security, inter-AS security and cooperation Content content payment models, Distribution, storage/archiving, content distribution technologies and networks IPv6 Carrier Grade NAT, real-world deployment challenges, allocation strategies, NAT-PT implementations that work and scale Disaster recovery training, risk analysis, planning methods, agencies, key tools, hardware portability and transport audits
Join Deepfield at CableLabs Winter Conference this February.
We'll take the jitters out of the technical portion of your next interview with this interactive practice session hosted at Deepfield's headquarters in Ann Arbor. 6:00pm-8:00pm on Dec., 5th.
Join Deepfield's Stefan Meinders as he discusses trends in Over-the-Top (OTT) traffic usage, user behavior and rapidly growing volumes of video streaming from services such as Netflix.
DENOG is the short form of 'German Network Operators Group' and itself describes as a forum for and about german network operators. It's similar to NANOG and SwiNOG.
As a forum, DENOG has no memberships and no official presence - whoever is interested can participate, there are numerous ways:
DENOG-Meetings are annual events to meet, talk and chat about all aspects of their work or to give lightning talks to network related topics.
Meetings are once a year and will be organized by DENOG members in Cooperation with a company who acts as a host. There is a meeting fee, however this is needed to support the official program, meeting venue; mainly sponsors cover most of the costs.
More information about the DENOG-Meetings can be found there.
Oh, you like swag?
The first 100 guests to stop by the Deepfield Table at Beer 'N Gear will take home a custom-designed T-shirt and beer koozie
While you're there, be sure to ask us about our purpose-built analytics and security software.
Deepfield to attend Futurecom: "the largest and most qualified event of ICT in Latin America"
The purpose of Futurecom is to gather market forces and offer to companies and professional participants a stimulating environment for business development and networking.
Deepfield a Platinum Sponsor of PLNOG17. Learn more about our purpose-built analytics software and encryption-proof insight into OTT traffic.
SCTE/ISBE Cable-Tec Expo is the cable telecommunications engineering show of the year. See why Deepfield's products are deployed in over 90% of U.S. Cable.
Join Deepfield (girl)tech for their inaugural event.
We started (girl)tech to continue the conversation surrounding the underrepresentation of women in tech, connect with our local tech community and hopefully inspire women to pursue or further careers in tech.
Join us to learn about Deepfield and hear from a co-ed panel about their roles, how they got here, and why they love it.
Contact us to meet during CableLabs this August 7-10.
CableLabs is a non-profit research and development consortium that is dedicated to creating innovative ideas that significantly impact ourcable operator members‘ business. CableLabs also serves to define interoperable solutions among our members and their technology vendors in order to drive scale, reduce costs, and create competition in the supply chain. CableLabs membership is comprised of the major cable operators worldwide.
Cisco Live is widely acknowledged as the premier destination for the education and inspiration technology professionals — and their employers — need to thrive in the emerging world of digital business. Its on-site curriculum of more than 1,000 sessions offers a unique opportunity to acquire cutting-edge knowledge and skills on the technologies we already use, and those we will rely on in the future to achieve the digital transformation that is changing how business gets done.
By attending Cisco Live, I can get the training and education in a single week that would otherwise require multiple courses and sessions throughout the year. Some of the other reasons to attend include:
- The ability to evaluate in-person the latest innovations in networking and communications
- The chance to better understand emerging technologies and concepts that are the driving force behind the innovative new world of digital business
- The chance to meet with directly Cisco experts and pose questions about our unique challenges
- The opportunity to connect with hundreds of other attendees and Cisco partners to hear their perspectives and suggestions about best practices, new ideas, and new tools we might consider
NANOG is a community of industry experts that are dedicated to improving the Internet for all major sectors. This close-knit group meets three times a year to discuss all issues, large and small, as they relate to the performance, accessibility and evolution of the Internet.
NANOG 67 will offer a great opportunity to network with colleagues, freshen-up skills, learn advanced networking techniques, and discover new network applications.
Contact us to set up a meeting or to see a demo!
Register for NANOG 67.
The goal of ENOG Meetings is for operators from the region to share experiences and discuss common interests and ideas for the local and global Internet community.
These Regional Meetings bring together RIPE NCC members, local governments, key players in the global and local Internet industry and RIPE NCC staff.
Regional Meetings help the RIPE NCC learn about the technical, administration and policy issues that affect members and industry organizations in a particular geographical region. The meetings are also an opportunity for us to gain valuable feedback about RIPE NCC services and activities.
Against a backdrop of dramatic change, the Big Communications Event brings together the industry’s top competitive operators with its most dynamic technologists to discuss and debate the issues both driving and challenging the ultimate move to an NFV-enabled cloud running profitable applications and services over an underlying New IP network.
Many of these hottest topics relate to the technologies themselves and the ways in which winning players will best master the disciplines of technology development, innovation, creativity and business acumen. But there are other factors at play here, as well, namely trust and culture, and a reshaping of industry-wide collaboration, and they will be part of the BCE conversation.
A market as topsy-turvy, high stakes and gosh-darned confusing as this one requires a show that does it justice. And that’s where Light Reading’s BCE 2016 event comes in. We’ve changed the name of the show from BIG Telecom Event, to BIG Communications Event to better reflect the market we serve. BCE is the one event where every member of the next-gen communications ecosystem can find the information they need to come out on the winning side of this singular period in the history of the comms industry.
96% of attendees rated the organization as “Outstanding, Very Good, or Good”
2,064 Total Registrants
724 service provider, cable operator and MSO registrants from 270 different organizations and 25 countries
188 C-level attendees from 165 industry’s leading telecom organizations
198 total speakers
MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress
With a record attendance of 1500+ attendees from 65 countries, the 2015 edition has confirmed the Congress as, not only, the first Worldwide event in the SDN, NFV and MPLS market segments but the Congress has also retained awareness and priority within the Community.
Attending the Congress means:
- You can meet with Carriers coming from more than 65 countries, 180+ Expert speakers, 50+ Exhibitors.
- Engaging with Industry Expert and Innovators from around the World in the SDN and NFV technology, applications and developments.
- Networking with strategy Leaders from the whole spectrum such as Carriers, Operators, Cloud Service and Content Providers and Large Enterprise.
- SDN, NFV Product Strategy Leaders from the major Solutions Vendors – 50+ sponsors and exhibitors
Mobile Wold Congress (MWC)
Learn about the latest and the greatest industry leaders and innovators at Mobile World Conference (MWC). Surpassing all projections, MWC–the world’s biggest and most influential mobile event–had a record-breaking 94,000+ attendees from 200 countries in 2015.
MWC 2015 was a record-breaking year – featuring:
- More than 94,000 attendees
- 2,199 Exhibitors
- Thousands of C-Level leaders
- More than 140 inspiring speaker sessions
- More than 3,800 international press and industry analysts
- 20 Years of Global Mobile Awards
- 10 Years in Barcelona
Year over year, MWC attracts the most and highest-quality attendees of any event in the industry. And true to the name, MWC is a global event.
Broadband World Forum is renowned as one of the world’s largest telecoms, media & technology events. Pulling over 7,800 senior executives from across the globe to London’s ExCeL this year to bring fixed mobile convergence to life!
This year we witness an unprecedented keynote line up with a suite of C-Level executives representing a selection of the world’s largest operators. Complimented with over 300 cross-industry speakers and 35 conference sessions to attend, you can be sure to come away having learnt something new.
Alongside our conference, BBWF offers exhibition visitors an unbeatable experience of 3 days bursting with free content, inspiring interviews, analyst insights and live demos. The exhibition itself boasts over 130 exhibitors, demonstrating their latest innovations, including IoT, Interoperability and Virtualization pavilions.
With just under 8,000 attendees from fixed, mobile and cable operators, OTTs and other market disruptors, national and international governments and the world’s leading solution providers, BBWF is the only event you need to attend this year.
NANOG is traveling to Montreal, Quebec Canada for NANOG 65! This meeting is back-to-back with DNS Operations, Analysis, and Research Center (DNS-OARC meeting information) prior and the American Registry for Internet Numbers post. We will be gathering at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth. Montreal is the largest city in the province, the second-largest in Canada and the 9th-largest in North America. NANOG 65 takes place on October 5-7, 2015 and will offer a great opportunity to network with colleagues, freshen-up skills, learn advanced networking techniques, and discover new network applications. NANOG 65 will be hosted by Torix!