Distinguished Engineer, Cisco Systems
Peter Bosch is a distinguished engineer in Mobility at Cisco. In this position, he is responsible for the architecture of new (and virtualized) mobile architectures for existing and new standards. Peter has worked more than 10 years in the mobility / telecommunications industry, with special interests in the distributed systems aspect of mobility and telecommunications generally and cellular communication specifically. As a researcher and later director for Bell Labs research, as a distinguished engineer for Juniper Networks, first director and presently distinguished engineer in Cisco's mobility group, Peter has: Built the Lucent UMTS Base Station Router (BSR); Built the Lucent HSDPA MIMO testbed; Built a prototype of the Alcatel-Lucent LTE base station mobility procedures well before LTE was standardized and demonstrated this in live tests; Spearheaded “virtual telco” by virtualizing LTE Evolved Packet Core (EPC) functions and executing those in data centers; Built 3G/WiFi mobility procedures with IP VPNs using BGP as a mobility signaling protocol; Designed and built a new BGP routing protocol based that chains services in data centers; Designed and built virtualized compute infrastructures in RANs; Designed and built a virtualized version of Cisco's Gi-LAN prototypes and later pre-products. Peter has published many peer-reviewed papers, patents and other types of publications that can be found on the Web.