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2017

OpenFog_Reference_Architecture_2_09_17-FINAL-1

OpenFog Consortium Reference Architecture – Summary presentation for Denver Summit

Helder Antunes – Fog Forum Denver2

Fog and Security (Fog Forum 2017 Denver)2

OpenFog-Architecture-Overview-WP-2-2016

The Fog Computing Paradigm: Scenarios and Security Issues

2011

July – Communications and Science Data Retrieval from the Frozen Continent (Antarctica) – Gary Ferentchak Raytheon Polar Services

May – Service Management for Vehicular Networks (ITS) Using IEEE 1609 (WAVE) Protocols – Tim Weil

2010

December – 3D Video and Cinema – Chris Lennon (Harris)

November – Access and Service Convergence over Next Generation Networks – Victer C.M. Leung, COMSOC Distinguished Lecturer

2009

May – Advances in Broadband Access Communication – Tho Le-Ngoc McGill University COMSOC Distringuished Lecturer

2008

September – Trends in the Telecommunication Industry – Celia Desmond (COMSOC Distinguished Lecture)

April – Trends in Video Delivery – Michael Adams (Tandberg)

January – Introduction to Low Density Parity Check Codes – Peter Jarvis (Software Beret)

2007

 June – Security in VoIP Communications – Rick Robinson

January – Interference Cancellation as a Mobile Enhancement to Improve Spectral Efficiency – TensorComm

2006

May –  Greg White, Lead Architect-Broadband Access Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. (CableLabs)

April – Quality and Error Control Coding for DNA Microarrays – Olgica Milenkovic (ECE CU-Boulder)

2005

January-  Real-time Mobile Communications for Emergency Services  Speaker: Walt Burns, Director of Wireless Solutions Practice, Unisys Corporation