[8023-CMTF] IEEE 802.3 May Interim Session and Joint ITU Workshop - May 2007 - Geneva, Switzerland - 2nd. Reminder
This is the second reminder of the May 2007 802.3 Interim and Joint Workshop
hosted by the ITU in Geneva.
The May 802.3 Interim will be co-located with 802.1 and 802.17 in Geneva,
Switzerland, and hosted by the ITU. A Joint Workshop on Carrier-Class
Ethernet will be held immediately following the Interim sessions. Glenn
Parsons of Nortel, who is acting as the ITU-T/IEEE liaison, has presented on
this Interim at the November 2006 Plenary and the March 2007 Plenary
meetings. These presentations may be found at
Full details for the May meeting may be found at
802.3at DTE Power Enhancements - Monday, May 28 through Wednesday, May 30 (3
802.3av 10G PHY for EPON - Monday, May 28 through Wednesday, May 30 (3 days)
802.3 Maintenance - Monday, May 28 (1 day)
Higher Speed Study Group - Monday afternoon, May 28, through Thursday
morning, May 31 (3 days total)
Energy Efficient Ethernet Study Group - Tuesday, May 29 through Wednesday,
May 30 (2 days)
9:30 - 10:45
11:15 - 12:30
14:30 - 15:45
16:15 - 17:30
Coffee breaks and lunch may be purchased at the ITU facilities
JOINT ITU-T/IEEE WORKSHOP
May 31 2pm - 6pm
-IEEE 802 & ITU-T overviews
-Ethernet based and Ethernet capable access networks - Reception (starting
June 1 9am - 6pm
-Ethernet network transport
-Ethernet bridging architecture
-Ethernet OAM and management
-Ethernet QoS, timing and synchronization
See http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/cce/index.html for full program
The meetings will be held at ITU headquarters in the Monbrilliant and Tower
Please see http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/interims/geneva??? for
complete meeting information, including links to take you to the ITU hotel
and meeting registration Web sites.
HOTEL INFORMATION - IMPORTANT!
There is no meeting hotel for this Interim. The ITU has provided a link to
hotels that give preferred rates to ITU participants here:
ITU Preferential Hotels
Participants are responsible for selecting and booking their own hotel.
These hotels typically do not advertise the ITU hotel rate. You will need to
ask for it. It has been suggested that you narrow your search down to 5 or
10 likely hotels, and send telephone, email or FAXes to confirm the ITU
rates and availability. You should locate a prospective hotel on a map to
see how far it is from ITU headquarters. Bus, train, taxi, light rail and
walking are all transportation options depending upon the hotel location.
There is no one to call for help with hotels. Participants are on their own.
Every visitor to Geneva receives a free Geneva Transport Card from their
hotel at check-in. This card provides unlimited use of the entire
There is no registration fee. Participants are required to have a
registration badge while at the ITU. Registration for the Interim may be
done on-line here:
Most people should sign in as a 'participant'.
-If your company is an ITU member, then you can sign in with that
-Otherwise you can sign in as a non-member with your company affiliation
-For the ITU-T SG15 meeting, if your company is not a member you may sign in
as a sector member and indicate IEEE
Name of Organization
-Indicate your company affiliation, country and email
When you get to the ITU, you will need to have your photograph taken and
pickup your badge.
On-site Badge Pick-up Location
-Registration is in the lobby of the Montbrillant building beginning at
-Photos will be taken of all participants that are not already in the ITU
-A photo badge will be printed for access during the meeting
Last minute on-site registration
-This will be available, but is not recommended
-Local language -French
-Currency -Swiss Franc
-Nonstop from New York (EWR & JFK)
-One stop from European hubs
-Bus or train (or taxi) to downtown
Please contact Greg Jones at Greg.Jones -AT- itu.int or on +41 22 730 5515
for further assistance.
I look forward to seeing you in Geneva.
Steven B. Carlson
Executive Secretary, IEEE 802.3 Working Group
High Speed Design, Inc.
11929 NW Old Quarry Road
Portland, OR 97229