Call for Exhibitors
iPOP2021, will now be held virtually on 30 Sept. – 1 Oct., 2021.
The conference is intended to share among the industry and the academia communities,
the knowledge, new findings, and experience on the state-of-the-art of
“IP and Optical Networking technologies.” Within the theme, we intend to demonstrate
IP & MPLS/GMPLS networks and SDN equipment (IP routers, ODU XCs, Optical XCs,
Ethernet switches, MPLS-TP nodes), protocol test equipment/tools, network operation
support tools, and other related issues. In addition, we intend to showcase SDN
(Software Defined Networks) and NFV (Network Functions Virtualization).
The iPOP2021 anticipates a draw of over 300 attendees, made up of network
operators, service providers, and equipment vendors.
Join us and other industry leaders in the IP+Optical network technologies. For booth reservation and all other requests, please contact iPOP2021 Exhibition Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Aug. 18, 2021. Exhibitors will be obliged to provide electronic data of poster panel and promotional videos by the beginning of September 2021, which will be uploaded on the website of iPOP2021.
And, we plan to provide interactive sessions for exhibitors. Note that the time slot is limited and will be committed on a first-come first-serve basis.
iPOP2021 will be held on the online event platform, EventIn.
*1 JPY 100 ≈ USD 0.91 (as of July 16, 2021).
*2 Exhibitors will be obliged to provide electronic data of poster panel on the iPOP website. And, exhibitors also will be privileged to put promotional videos/fliers, and to give lectures.
*3 Interactive session will be consisted of 15-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A part.
*4 Gold/Silver participants can join showcase demonstration.
We intend to showcase multi-cloud based end-to-end network slicing and
applications empowered by several mainstream technologies, such as machine
learning, network automation, highly reliable network architecture, low latency
communications, disaggregated open whitebox, and security. This year's
showcase challenges to remotely demonstrate most parts of its interoperable
experiments from geographically distant sites. In this year, we also try to use
cloud-based applications for remote interoperative demonstration.