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Yves Hertoghs

Distinguished Consulting Engineer

Technology Architecture

Yves Hertoghs is a Distinguished Consulting Engineer, part of the Technology Architecture team in the Network Operating Systems Technology Group at Cisco Systems. Yves joined Cisco in 1996, first in the Customer Support organization, moving to Sales Consulting Engineering in 1999, and later on moving on to Technology Architecture in NOSTG.

At Cisco, Yves focuses on Next Generation Ethernet, with a special focus on Broadband Access and Aggregation, Carrier Ethernet and Datacenters.

Yves is a member of IEEE, the Metro Ethernet Forum and is actively participating in the Broadband Forum, where Ethernet has been a hot topic for years.

Being part of the development organisation, Yves is very heavily involved with various Cisco departments in the realm of Broadband , Carrier Ethernet and Converged and Enhanced Ethernet, aided by the feedback from customers, the Cisco sales force, and his focus on the industry fora and standards.

Yves owns a Master in Computer Engineering from the Technical University in Antwerp,Belgium.

In his free-time Yves plays quite loud guitar and writes, performs and records his own music.

Articles

Autonomic Networking: Where Do We Go From Here?

It's great to be back at another Cisco Live event, this time in the great city of San Francisco.  This is the last day of the event, and if you...

Autonomic Networking at Cisco Live Milano!

Welcome to Milano! Wow, what an activity on the first day at the Cisco Campus / World of Solutions. It’s great to see all these people thirsty for knowledge, and all these people looking for intelligent solutions for their business needs. One of those business needs is removing complexity from networks by making networks self-managing, […]

Building a useable Autonomic Networking Infrastructure from the Ground Up

Yep, that’s what we did, and yes we are shipping it today! As Michael’s blog explained, autonomics are all around us, both in feature implementation (e.g. a routing protocol like OSPF) as well as in architectural frameworks like GANA.  But while the former has created isolated, per feature domains of autonomicity, the latter has never […]

DO NOT PANIC: Autonomic Networking is on the Horizon!

By looking at the sheer amount of Breakouts and technical sessions here at Cisco Live London, it isn’t hard to understand why networks are becoming more and more complex.  Networks are converging onto single infrastructures, more and more business processes are becoming more network centric and this translates into more functionality and more dependencies between […]