Stacey Sheldon is presently an affiliate with ESnet, the networking provider for the US Department of Energy. Stacey has more than 25 years of experience in the networking industry. Stacey was the chief architect for Corsa Networks, where he designed the industry's first fully programmable OpenFlow switch. He holds several patents on programmable switches, as well as network security appliances. Prior to Corsa he developed System and OS Designs for Ciena's flagship 5400 converged packet optical chassis. Stacey worked at Catena networks, where he developed embedded software for various ADSL products. He started his career at Bell Northern Research (Nortel), developing management software for the industry leading OC-192 Transport node. Stacey's research interests include real time embedded software, networking protocols, and FPGA accelerated algorithms.
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