Adrian Farrel

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Adrian Farrel is one of two Routing Area Directors in the IETF.[1] He is sponsored for this activity by Juniper Networks.

Formerly he was co-chair of three IETF working groups, namely CCAMP,[2] PCE[3] and L1VPN,[4] which are responsible for developing GMPLS and MPLS related standards.

He has also co-edited a special edition of the IEEE Communications Magazine on GMPLS and is the author of a number of books.[5]

He was a founder of Aria Networks Ltd.,[6] who manufacture sophisticated, next-generation network modeling, path computation, and optimization tools for MPLS, GMPLS, and IP networks, and served as their Chief Technology Officer for two years. He also runs a consulting company[7] specializing in MPLS and GMPLS. Previously he was an MPLS architect and development manager at software house Data Connection Ltd., and director of protocol development for Movaz Networks Inc. He is also author of many RFCs,[2][3][4] Internet drafts,[2][3][4] guest editorials[8] and research papers.[9]

From 2008 to 2011 Adrian served as a Trustee and member of the Standing Board of the Llangollen International Eisteddfod[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IETF home page, "IETF"
  2. ^ a b c IETF's Working Group, "Common Control and Measurement Plane (ccamp)"
  3. ^ a b c IETF's Working Group, "Path Computation Element (pce)"
  4. ^ a b c IETF's Working Group Layer 1 Virtual Private Networks (l1vpn)
  5. ^ Amazon index for Adrian Farrel
  6. ^ Aria Networks
  7. ^ Old Dog Consulting
  8. ^ IEEE Communication Magazine July 2005 Vol.43 No.7
  9. ^ IEEE Communication Magazine October 2007 Vol.45 No.10
  10. ^ Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod