Talk by Monique Morrow

Disruptive Technologies and Business Models
Monique Jeanne Morrow
14:00~16:00, 16th June, 2008 (Monday)
Room 5-508, SEIEE Building

We have seen an explosion of new creators and consumers of content. It has especially been prevalent in the consumer space, where last year 31 billion videos were viewed online, up from 18 billion the prior. We have seen an explosion of new creators and consumers of content. It has especially been prevalent in the consumer space, where last year 31 billion videos were viewed online, up from 18 billion the prior year. In 2007 thus far we have seen 200 Billion video streams on internet that is 600% growth over 2006 and 2008 even more....
Demand for bandwidth continues to grow. Prosumers - Talented consumers and semi professional video producers are now creating content to show their talents via video to the world. There are many examples of these talented prosumers that became famous overnight and have attracted millions of fans all over the world. Professional video content creators are also participating in the digital video explosion as content and traditionally produced blockbuster movies, TV, and content are now distributed on the Internet for consumption.
What is the impact to the network and underlying infrastructure? What are the underlying business and technology trends to overall disruption? The focus of this presentation is to examine the impact of content creation and distribution on the network, e.g. , where the network is indeed the platform.

Monique Morrow¡¯s BIO
Monique Morrow is currently Distinguished Consulting Engineer and Asia-Pacific Service Provider Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Cisco Systems, Inc. She has over 20 years experience in IP internetworking that includes design, implementation of complex customer projects and service development for service providers. Monique has been involved in developing managed Network Services like Remote Access and LAN Switching in a Service Provider environment. Monique has worked for both enterprise and service provider companies in the United States and in Europe. Monique led the Engineering Project team for one of the first European MPLS-VPN deployments in 1999 for a European service provider.
Monique has presented in various conferences on the topic of MPLS, Additionally, Monique is co-author of the book Designing IP-Based Services: Solutions for Vendors and Service Providers. Monique is co-author of the book, MPLS VPN Security and co-author of the book, MPLS and Next-Generation Networks: Foundations for NGN and Enterprise Virtualization. Monique is currently working on a book one that presents enterprise drivers and concerns for IP-based service delivery. She was co-guest editor of a special issue of the IEEE Communications Magazine on the subject of ¡°OAM in MPLS-based Networks¡±, published in October 2004 ; co-guest editor of a special issue of the IEEE Communications Magazine on the subject of ¡°Challenges in Enabling Inter-Provider Service Quality on the Internet¡± published in June, 2005 as well as co-guest editor of a special issue of the IEEE Communications Magazine on the subject of, ¡°GMPLS: The Promise of the Next Generation Optical Control Plane,¡± published in July 2005.

Posted 2008-06-10.
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