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Speaker Name Pooja Nagpal
Company Oracle
Talk Title Developing a Tiny IPv6 stack for The Embedded Linux
Track Development
Scope Technical
Synopsis IPv6 is next big protocol in the IP world. To enable devices which have restricted resources to implement this complex, resource intensive protocol, several initiatives are being made to develop drafts to standardize the minimum requirements of the protocol. These minimum requirements exclude functionality which is not needed by an end node. This results in a lightweight IPv6 stack meeting the requirements of samll devices.

Tiny IPv6 is prototype implementation of a minimal IPv6 stack on the ELKS (Embeddable Linux Kernel Subset) operating system. The implementation is based on a draft proposed by TACA(Tiny software and system Architecture for non-Computer Appliances) project. It demonstrates IPv6 connectivity on an embedded operating system.
Speaker Profile I completed my B.E in Computer Science and Engineering from R.V.C.E, Bangalore in 2002. Currently I am working with Oracle India Private Ltd.

My technical interests include -
- Operating systems
- Development of protocols and standards
- Behavior of software systems, reliability etc

My major projects include -
- Implementation of Tiny IPv6 on ELKS
- Developing a PPP driver for ELKS
- A Simulator for Hardware connected to the i8255 PPI

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