IETF 98 - Bits-N-Bites

Chicago, IL, USA

Swissotel Chicago
Date: March 30, 2017
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Location: Lucerne Ballroom

IETF Bits-n-Bites events highlight products and services that showcase IETF protocols in action. Held in conjunction with IETF meetings, Bits-n-Bites events take place in social settings designed to encourage in-depth discussions. With complimentary hor d’oeuvres, wine and craft beers, this dynamic two-hour event is eagerly anticipated by the entire IETF community.

Participants

Demonstration Description

Arris Logo  
Comcast Logo  

 

F5

Got transit but not native dual stack? In this live demo we’ll demonstrate how F5 can provide 4664 translation between two IPv4 only networks using a v6 only backbone.

 

NSA Logo NSA's Information Assurance Mission is to secure U.S. National Security Systems. Because NSA's customers largely operate on the same networks, using the same equipment as everybody else, we have a strong need for secure, standards-based IT products to be readily available. As a part of Bit-N-Bytes, we will be there to talk about NSA's IA mission and discuss the work the NSA does with the IETF and other standards organizations.
NBCUniversal Logo GGIE the Glass to Glass Internet Ecosystem for steaming video which connects IPv6 networks to video enabling the Internet to support smart transport of video to players and supporting advanced IPv6 features like segment routing.
Sigfox Logo

We will show a proof of concept of the new Static Context Header Compression (SCHC) method proposed by the LPWAN working group in the Internet Area. SCHC allows reducing IPv6/UDP/CoAP headers to just a few bytes, which can then be transported over LPWAN networks for low-power, low-cost IoT applications. The demonstration is based on an Acklio compression stack over the live Sigfox network in Chicago. Two scenarios will be demonstrated: CoAP requests to legacy LPWAN devices, and CoAP interoperability over Sigfox and cellular.