Telecommnet Consulting

Telecommnet Consulting

Tal Lavian Ph.D.

1640 Mariani Dr. Sunnyvale, CA 94087

About the Expert

A scientist, technologist, and lecturer at UC Berkeley Engineering with 30 years of experience in mobile devices, smartphones, wireless LAN (WLAN), routing, LAN/WAN, Ethernet, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, VoIP and web. Extensive testifying experience in Federal, IPR, and ITC. Invented 120 patents, prosecuted pro se over 60 patents in front of the USPTO. Services Dr. Lavian offers litigation support and expert witness services in the areas of network communications, telecommunications, mobile wireless, and Internet software technologies. As a consultant, he provides his expertise in the following areas: Network communications, telecommunications, Internet protocols, and mobile wireless: • Communication networks: Internet protocols; TCP/IP suite; TCP; UDP; IP; Ethernet; network protocols; network software applications; data link, network, and transport layers (L2, L3, L4), data center network architecture • Internet software: Internet software applications; distributed computing; cloud computing; Web applications; FTP; HTTP; Java; client-server; file transfer • Routing/switching: LAN; WAN; VPN; routing protocols; RIP; BGP; MPLS; OSPF; IS- IS; multicast, DNS; QoS; switching; packet switching; network infrastructure; network communication architectures • Mobile wireless: wireless LAN; 802.11; cellular systems; mobile devices; smartphone technologies • Unified Communications: PSTN, circuit switching, IP telephony, VoIP, SIP, SS7, video and audio conferencing, streaming media, e- mail, instant messaging (chat)

Areas of Expertise

Communication Networks
Communications - Telecommunications
Computers
Intellectual Property
Internet
Internet Protocols
Patents & Trademarks
Routing/switching
Unified Communications
Wireless

Expert's Profile

BACKGROUND
Scientist, educator, and technologist with 30 years of experience and a Ph.D. from UC. Berkeley in the fields of telecommunications, network communications, and mobile wireless technologies. I provide expert witness services for patent litigation cases involving telecommunications, wireless networks, and mobile cellular technologies.
Applies academic and industry experience to simplify technical ideas and terminology for a non-technical audience. I have published over 25 scientific papers and have been designated as an inventor on more than 120 patents.

Served as an expert in over 60 patent-related cases where I wrote expert reports and testified in depositions, courts and in front of a jury. I have testified in Federal courts, in USPTO PTAB IPR, and in the ITC. The cases involved leading companies including Google, Motorola, Microsoft, Cisco, Juniper, HP, T-Mobile, Ericsson, LG, Facebook, Samsung. and Apple.

EXPERTISE
Network communications, telecommunications, Internet protocols, and mobile wireless:
• Communication networks: Internet protocols; TCP/IP suite; TCP; UDP; IP; Ethernet; network protocols; network software applications; data link, network, and transport layers (L2, L3, L4), data center network architecture
• Internet software: Internet software applications; distributed computing; cloud computing; Web applications; FTP; HTTP; Java; client-server; file transfer
• Routing/switching: LAN; WAN; VPN; routing protocols; RIP; BGP; MPLS; OSPF; IS-IS; multicast, DNS; QoS; switching; packet switching; network infrastructure; network communication architectures
• Mobile wireless: wireless LAN; 802.11; cellular systems; mobile devices; smartphone technologies
• Unified Communications: PSTN, circuit switching, IP telephony, VoIP, SIP, SS7, video and audio conferencing, streaming media, e-mail, instant messaging (chat)

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
• Served as Principal Investigator (PI) for three US Department of Defense (DARPA) projects
-- Directed networking computation project for the US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL)
-- PI of a wireless research project for an undisclosed US federal agency
• Led and developed the first network resource scheduling service for grid computing
• Managed and engineered the first demonstrated transatlantic dynamic allocation of 10Gbs Lambdas as a grid service
• Development and successful demonstration of the first wire-speed active network on commercial hardware
• Inventor of over 120 patents; over 60 prosecuted pro se in front of the USPTO
• Created and chaired Nortel Networks’ EDN Patent Committee

LITIGATION SUPPORT SERVICES
Dr. Lavian’s services have been retained in over 50 cases, and his experience qualifies him to provide each of the following services:
• Serve as an expert witness in federal courts, USPTO IPR, and the ITC
• Testified over 40 times in depositions, ITC, PTAB, Judges, and Jury
• Produce skilled articulation of technical material for both technical and non-technical audiences

Personal Achievements

Education

  • Ph.D., Computer Science specializing in networking and communications, UC Berkeley
  • M.Sc. (Master of Science), Electrical Engineering, Tel Aviv University
  • B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science), Math and Computer Science, Tel Aviv University

Organizations

  • IEEE Senior Member
  • IEEE Communications Society
  • IEEE Computer Society
  • IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society
  • IEEE-CNSV
  • ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOM)
  • ACM Special Interest Group on Hypertext, Hypermedia, and Web (SIGWEB)
  • President Java Users Group, Silicon Valley Mountain View, 1999-2000

Honors

  • Certified IEEE-WCET (Wireless Communications Engineering Technologies)
  • Top Talent Award, Nortel Networks
  • Top Inventors Award, Nortel Networks EDN
  • Technical Co-Chair, IEEE Hot Interconnects 2005 at Stanford University
  • Toastmasters International, Competent Communicator (twice)
  • Toastmasters International, Advanced Communicator Bronze

Publications

  • Patents and Publications (Not an exhaustive list)
  • Patents Issued
  • US 9,831,881: Radar target detection system for autonomous vehicles with ultra-low phase noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 9,762,251: Ultra-low phase-noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 9,705,511: Ultra-low phase-noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 9,690,877: Systems and methods for electronic communications
  • US 9,660,655: Ultra-low phase-noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 9,184,989: Grid proxy architecture for network resources
  • US 9,521,255: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 9,083,728: Systems and methods to support sharing and exchanging in a network
  • US 9,021,130: Photonic line sharing for high-speed routers
  • US 9,001,819: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,949,846: Time-value curves to provide dynamic QoS for time sensitive file transfers
  • US 8,929,517: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,903,073: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,898,274: Grid proxy architecture for network resources
  • US 8,880,120: Device and method for providing enhanced telephony
  • US 8,879,703: System method and device for providing tailored services when call is on-hold
  • US 8,879,698: Device and method for providing enhanced telephony
  • US 8,867,708: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,787,536: Systems and methods for communicating with an interactive voice response system
  • US 8,782,230: Method and apparatus for using a command design pattern to access and configure network elements
  • US 8,762,963: Translation of programming code
  • US 8,762,962: Methods and apparatus for automatic translation of a computer program language code
  • US 8,745,573: Platform-independent application development framework
  • US 8,731,148: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,688,796: Rating system for determining whether to accept or reject objection raised by user in social network
  • US 8,619,793: Dynamic assignment of traffic classes to a priority queue in a packet forwarding device
  • US 8,572,303: Portable universal communication device
  • US 8,553,859: Device and method for providing enhanced telephony
  • US 8,548,131: Systems and methods for communicating with an interactive voice response system
  • US 8,537,989: Device and method for providing enhanced telephony
  • US 8,341,257: Grid proxy architecture for network resources
  • US 8,161,139: Method and apparatus for intelligent management of a network element
  • US 8,146,090: Time-value curves to provide dynamic QoS for time sensitive file transfer
  • US 8,078,708: Grid proxy architecture for network resources
  • US 7,944,827: Content-aware dynamic network resource allocation
  • US 7,860,999: Distributed computation in network devices
  • US 7,734,748: Method and apparatus for intelligent management of a network element
  • US 7,710,871: Dynamic assignment of traffic classes to a priority queue in a packet forwarding device
  • US 7,580,349: Content-aware dynamic network resource allocation
  • US 7,433,941: Method and apparatus for accessing network information on a network device
  • US 7,359,993: Method and apparatus for interfacing external resources with a network element
  • US 7,313,608: Method and apparatus for using documents written in a markup language to access and configure network elements
  • US 7,260,621: Object-oriented network management interface
  • US 7,237,012: Method and apparatus for classifying Java remote method invocation transport traffic
  • US 7,127,526: Method and apparatus for dynamically loading and managing software services on a network device
  • US 7,047,536: Method and apparatus for classifying remote procedure call transport traffic
  • US 7,039,724: Programmable command-line interface API for managing operation of a network device
  • US 6,976,054: Method and system for accessing low-level resources in a network device
  • US 6,970,943: Routing architecture including a compute plane configured for high-speed processing of packets to provide application layer support
  • US 6,950,932: Security association mediator for Java-enabled devices
  • US 6,850,989: Method and apparatus for automatically configuring a network switch
  • US 6,845,397: Interface method and system for accessing inner layers of a network protocol
  • US 6,842,781: Download and processing of a network management application on a network device
  • US 6,772,205: Executing applications on a target network device using a proxy network device
  • US 6,564,325: Method of and apparatus for providing multi-level security access to system
  • US 6,175,868: Method and apparatus for automatically configuring a network switch
  • US 6,170,015: Network apparatus with Java co-processor
  • US 8,687,777: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,681,951: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,625,756: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,594,280: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,548,135: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,406,388: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,345,835: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,223,931: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,160,215: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,155,280: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,054,952: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • US 8,000,454: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of IVR menu
  • EP 1,905,211: Technique for authenticating network users
  • EP 1,142,213: Dynamic assignment of traffic classes to a priority queue in a packet forwarding device
  • EP 1,671,460: Method and apparatus for scheduling resources on a switched underlay network
  • EP 1,905,211: Technique for authenticating network users
  • CA 2,358,525: Dynamic assignment of traffic classes to a priority queue in a packet forwarding device
  • Patent Applications Published and Pending (Not an exhaustive list)
  • US 20150058490: Grid Proxy Architecture for Network Resources
  • US 20150010136: Systems and Methods for Visual Presentation and Selection of IVR Menu
  • US 20140379784: Method and Apparatus for Using a Command Design Pattern to Access and Configure Network Elements
  • US 20140105025: Dynamic Assignment of Traffic Classes to a Priority Queue in a Packet Forwarding Device
  • US 20140105012: Dynamic Assignment of Traffic Classes to a Priority Queue in a Packet Forwarding Device
  • US 20140012991: Grid Proxy Architecture for Network Resources
  • US 20130080898: Systems and Methods for Electronic Communications
  • US 20130022191: Systems and Methods for Visual Presentation and Selection of IVR Menu
  • US 20130022183: Systems and Methods for Visual Presentation and Selection of IVR Menu
  • US 20130022181: Systems and Methods for Visual Presentation and Selection of IVR Menu
  • US 20120180059: Time-Value Curves to Provide Dynamic QOS for Time Sensitive File Transfers
  • US 20120063574: Systems and Methods for Visual Presentation and Selection of IVR Menu
  • US 20110225330: Portable Universal Communication Device
  • US 20100220616: Optimizing Network Connections
  • US 20100217854: Method and Apparatus for Intelligent Management of a Network Element
  • US 20100146492: Translation of Programming Code
  • US 20100146112: Efficient Communication Techniques
  • US 20100146111: Efficient Communication in a Network
  • US 20090313613: Methods and Apparatus for Automatic Translation of a Computer Program Language Code
  • US 20090313004: Platform-Independent Application Development Framework
  • US 20090279562: Content-aware dynamic network resource allocation
  • US 20080040630: Time-Value Curves to Provide Dynamic QoS for Time Sensitive File Transfers
  • US 20070169171: Technique for authenticating network users
  • US 20060123481: Method and apparatus for network immunization
  • US 20060075042: Extensible Resource Messaging Between User Applications and Network Elements in a Communication Network
  • US 20050083960: Method and Apparatus for Transporting Parcels of Data Using Network Elements with Network Element Storage
  • US 20050076339: Method and Apparatus for Automated Negotiation for Resources on a Switched Underlay Network
  • US 20050076336: Method and Apparatus for Scheduling Resources on a Switched Underlay Network
  • US 20050076173: Method And Apparatus for Preconditioning Data to Be Transferred on a Switched Underlay Network
  • US 20050076099: Method and Apparatus for Live Streaming Media Replication in a Communication Network
  • US 20050074529: Method and apparatus for transporting visualization information on a switched underlay network
  • US 20040076161: Dynamic Assignment of Traffic Classes to a Priority Queue in a Packet Forwarding Device
  • US 20020021701: Dynamic Assignment of Traffic Classes to a Priority Queue in a Packet Forwarding Device
  • WO 2006/063052: Method and apparatus for network immunization
  • WO 2007/008976: Technique for authenticating network users
  • WO2000/0054460: Method and apparatus for accessing network information on a network device
  • WO/2016/203460: Ultra low phase noise frequency synthesizer
  • WO/2005/033899: Method and apparatus for scheduling resources on a switched underlay network
  • WO/2000/041368: Dynamic assignment of traffic classes to a priority queue in a packet forwarding device
  • US 20140156556: Time-variant rating system and method thereof
  • US 20140156758: Reliable rating system and method thereof
  • US 20170085708: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of ivr menu
  • US 20160373117: Ultra low phase noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 20170322687: Systems and methods for electronic communications
  • US 20170302282: Radar target detection system for autonomous vehicles with ultra-low phase noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 20180019755: Radar target detection system for autonomous vehicles with ultra-low phase noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 20170289332: Systems and methods for visual presentation and selection of ivr menu
  • US 20170269797: Systems and methods for electronic communication
  • US 20170099058: Ultra low phase noise frequency synthesizer
  • US 20170099057: Ultra low phase noise frequency synthesizer
  • Publications (Not an exhaustive list)
  • “R&D Models for Advanced Development & Corporate Research” Understanding Six Models of Advanced R&D - Ikhlaq Sidhu, Tal Lavian, Victoria Howell - University of California, Berkeley. Accepted paper for 2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition- June 2015
  • “Applications Drive Secure Lightpath Creation across Heterogeneous Domains, Feature Topic Optical Control Planes for Grid Networks: Opportunities, Challenges and the Vision.” Gommans L.; Van Oudenaarde B.; Dijkstra F.; De Laat C.; Lavian T.; Monga I.; Taal A.; Travostino F.; Wan A.; IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 44, no. 3, March 2006, pp. 100-106.
  • Lambda Data Grid: Communications Architecture in Support of Grid Computing. Tal I. Lavian, Randy H. Katz; Doctoral Thesis, University of California at Berkeley. January 2006.
  • “Information Switching Networks.” Hoang D.B.; T. Lavian;The 4th Workshop on the Internet, Telecommunications and Signal Processing, WITSP2005, December 19-21, 2005, Sunshine Coast, Australia.
  • “Impact of Grid Computing on Network Operators and HW Vendors.” Allcock B.; Arnaud B.; Lavian T.; Papadopoulos P.B.; Hasan M.Z.; Kaplow W.; IEEE Hot Interconnects at Stanford University 2005, pp.89-90.
  • DWDM-RAM: A Data Intensive Grid Service Architecture Enabled by Dynamic Optical Networks. Lavian T.; Mambretti J.; Cutrell D.; Cohen H.J; Merrill S.; Durairaj R.; Daspit P.; Monga I.; Naiksatam S.; Figueira S.; Gutierrez D.; Hoang D.B., Travostino F.; CCGRID 2004, pp. 762-764.
  • DWDM-RAM: An Architecture for Data Intensive Service Enabled by Next Generation Dynamic Optical Networks. Hoang D.B.; Cohen H.; Cutrell D.; Figueira S.; Lavian T.; Mambretti J.; Monga I.; Naiksatam S.; Travostino F.; Proceedings IEEE Globecom 2004, Workshop on High-Performance Global Grid Networks, Houston, 29 Nov. to 3 Dec. 2004, pp.400-409.
  • Implementation of a Quality of Service Feedback Control Loop on Programmable Routers. Nguyen C.; Hoang D.B.; Zhao, I.L.; Lavian, T.; Proceedings, 12th IEEE International Conference on Networks 2004. (ICON 2004) Singapore, Volume 2, 16-19 Nov. 2004, pp.578-582.
  • A Platform for Large-Scale Grid Data Service on Dynamic High-Performance Networks. Lavian T.; Hoang D.B.; Mambretti J.; Figueira S.; Naiksatam S.; Kaushil N.; Monga I.; Durairaj R.; Cutrell D.; Merrill S.; Cohen H.; Daspit P.; Travostino F; GridNets 2004, San Jose, CA., October 2004.
  • DWDM-RAM: Enabling Grid Services with Dynamic Optical Networks. Figueira S.; Naiksatam S.; Cohen H.; Cutrell D.; Daspit, P.; Gutierrez D.; Hoang D. B.; Lavian T.; Mambretti J.; Merrill S.; Travostino F; Proceedings, 4th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid, Chicago, USA, April 2004, pp. 707-714.
  • DWDM-RAM: Enabling Grid Services with Dynamic Optical Networks. Figueira S.; Naiksatam S.; Cohen H.; Cutrell D.; Gutierrez D.; Hoang D.B.; Lavian T.; Mambretti J.; Merrill S.; Travostino F.; 4th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid, Chicago, USA, April 2004.
  • An Extensible, Programmable, Commercial-Grade Platform for Internet Service Architecture. Lavian T.; Hoang D.B.; Travostino F.; Wang P.Y.; Subramanian S.; Monga I.; IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics on Technologies Promoting Computational Intelligence, Openness and Programmability in Networks and Internet Services Volume 34, Issue 1, Feb. 2004, pp.58-68.
  • DWDM-RAM: An Architecture for Data Intensive Service Enabled by Next Generation Dynamic Optical Networks. Lavian T.; Cutrell D.; Mambretti J.; Weinberger J.; Gutierrez D.; Naiksatam S.; Figueira S.; Hoang D. B.; Supercomputing Conference, SC2003 Igniting Innovation, Phoenix, November 2003.
  • Edge Device Multi-Unicasting for Video Streaming. Lavian T.; Wang P.; Durairaj R.; Hoang D.; Travostino F.; Telecommunications, 2003. ICT 2003. 10th International Conference on Telecommunications, Tahiti, Volume 2, 23 Feb.-1 March, 2003 pp. 1441-1447.
  • The SAHARA Model for Service Composition Across Multiple Providers. Raman B.; Agarwal S.; Chen Y.; Caesar M.; Cui W.; Lai K.; Lavian T.; Machiraju S.; Mao Z. M.; Porter G.; Roscoe T.; Subramanian L.; Suzuki T.; Zhuang S.; Joseph A. D.; Katz Y.H.; Stoica I.; Proceedings of the First International Conference on Pervasive Computing. ACM Pervasive 2002, pp. 1-14.
  • Enabling Active Flow Manipulation in Silicon-Based Network Forwarding Engines. Lavian T.; Wang P.; Travostino F.; Subramanian S.; Duraraj R.; Hoang D.B.; Sethaput V.; Culler D.; Proceeding of the Active Networks Conference and Exposition, 2002.(DANCE) 29-30 May 2002, pp. 65-76.
  • Practical Active Network Services within Content-Aware Gateways. Subramanian S.; Wang P.; Durairaj R.; Rasimas J.; Travostino F.; Lavian T.; Hoang D.B.; Proceeding of the DARPA Active Networks Conference and Exposition, 2002.(DANCE) 29-30 May 2002, pp. 344-354.
  • Active Networking on a Programmable Network Platform. Wang P.Y.; Lavian T.; Duncan R.; Jaeger R.; Fourth IEEE Conference on Open Architectures and Network Programming (OPENARCH), Anchorage, April 2002.
  • Intelligent Network Services through Active Flow Manipulation. Lavian T.; Wang P.; Travostino F.; Subramanian S.; Hoang D.B.; Sethaput V.; IEEE Intelligent Networks 2001 Workshop (IN2001), Boston, May 2001.
  • Intelligent Network Services through Active Flow Manipulation. Lavian T.; Wang P.; Travostino F.; Subramanian S.; Hoang D.B.; Sethaput V.; Intelligent Network Workshop, 2001 IEEE 6-9 May 2001, pp.73 -82.
  • Enabling Active Flow Manipulation in Silicon-based Network Forwarding Engine. Lavian, T.; Wang, P.; Travostino, F.; Subramanian S.; Hoang D.B.; Sethaput V.; Culler D.; Journal of Communications and Networks, March 2001, pp.78-87.
  • Active Networking on a Programmable Networking Platform. Lavian T.; Wang P.Y.; IEEE Open Architectures and Network Programming, 2001, pp. 95-103.
  • Enabling Active Networks Services on a Gigabit Routing Switch. Wang P.; Jaeger R.; Duncan R.; Lavian T.; Travostino F.; 2nd Workshop on Active Middleware Services, 2000.
  • Dynamic Classification in Silicon-Based Forwarding Engine Environments. Jaeger R.; Duncan R.; Travostino F.; Lavian T.; Hollingsworth J.; Selected Papers. 10th IEEE Workshop on Metropolitan Area and Local Networks, 1999. 21-24 Nov. 1999, pp.103-109.
  • Open Programmable Architecture for Java-Enabled Network Devices. Lavian, T.; Jaeger, R. F.; Hollingsworth, J. K.; IEEE Hot Interconnects Stanford University, August 1999, pp. 265-277.
  • Open Java SNMP MIB API. Rob Duncan, Tal Lavian, Roy Lee, Jason Zhou, Bay Architecture Lab Technical Report TR98-038, December 1998.
  • Java-Based Open Service Interface Architecture. Lavian T.; Lau S.; BAL TR98-010 Bay Architecture Lab Technical Report, March 1998.
  • Parallel SIMD Architecture for Color Image Processing. Lavian T. Tel – Aviv University, Tel – Aviv, Israel, November 1995.
  • Grid Network Services, Draft-ggf-ghpn-netservices-1.0. George Clapp, Tiziana Ferrari, Doan B. Hoang, Gigi Karmous-Edwards, Tal Lavian, Mark J. Leese, Paul Mealor, InderMonga, Volker Sander, Franco Travostino, Global Grid Forum(GGF).
  • Project DRAC: Creating an applications-aware network.Travostino F.; Keates R.; Lavian T.; Monga I.; Schofield B.; Nortel Technical Journal, February 2005, pp. 23-26.
  • Optical Network Infrastructure for Grid, Draft-ggf-ghpn-opticalnets-1. DimitraSimeonidou, Reza Nejabati, Bill St. Arnaud, Micah Beck, Peter Clarke, Doan B. Hoang, David Hutchison, Gigi Karmous-Edwards, Tal Lavian, Jason Leigh, Joe Mambretti, Volker Sander, John Strand, Franco Travostino, Global Grid Forum(GGF) GHPN Standard GFD-I.036 August 2004.
  • Popeye - Using Fine-grained Network Access Control to Support Mobile Users and Protect Intranet Hosts. Mike Chen, Barbara Hohlt, Tal Lavian, December 2000.
  • Presentations and Talks (Not an exhaustive list)
  • Lambda Data Grid: An Agile Optical Platform for Grid Computing and Data-intensive Applications.
  • Web Services and OGSA
  • WINER Workflow Integrated Network Resource Orchestration.
  • Technology & Society
  • Abundant Bandwidth and how it affects us?
  • Active Content Networking(ACN)
  • DWDM-RAM:Enabling Grid Services with Dynamic Optical Networks
  • Application-engaged Dynamic Orchestration of Optical Network Resources
  • A Platform for Data Intensive Services Enabled by Next Generation Dynamic Optical Networks
  • Optical Networks
  • Grid Optical Network Service Architecture for Data Intensive Applications
  • Optical Networking & DWDM
  • OptiCal Inc.
  • OptiCal& LUMOS Networks
  • Optical Networking Services
  • Business Models for Dynamically Provisioned Optical Networks
  • Business Model Concepts for Dynamically Provisioned Optical Networks
  • Optical Networks Infrastructure
  • Research Challenges in agile optical networks
  • Services and Applications’ infrastructure for agile optical networks
  • Impact on Society
  • TeraGrid Communication and Computation
  • Unified Device Management via Java-enabled Network Devices
  • Active Network Node in Silicon-Based L3 Gigabit Routing Switch
  • Active Nets Technology Transfer through High-Performance Network Devices
  • Programmable Network Node: Applications
  • Open Innovation via Java-enabled Network Devices
  • Practical Considerations for Deploying a Java Active Networking Platform
  • Open Java-Based Intelligent Agent Architecture for Adaptive Networking Devices
  • Java SNMP Oplet
  • Open Distributed Networking Intelligence: A New Java Paradigm
  • Open Programmability
  • Active Networking On A Programmable Networking Platform
  • Open Networking through Programmability
  • Open Programmable Architecture for Java-enabled Network Devices
  • Integrating Active Networking and Commercial-Grade Routing Platforms
  • Programmable Network Devices
  • To be smart or not to be?

Prior assignments

  • I have served as an expert in over 60 patent-related cases where I wrote expert reports and testified in depositions, courts and in front of a jury. I have testified in Federal courts, in USPTO PTAB IPR, and in the ITC. The cases involved leading companies including Google, Motorola, Microsoft, Cisco, Juniper, HP, T-Mobile, Ericsson, LG, Facebook, Samsung. and Apple.

Percentage of time spent as expert

  • Toastmasters International - Advanced Communicator Bronze %

Number of expert assignments / year

  • Toastmasters International - Advanced Communicator Bronze

More Information

  • CV Dr. Tal Lavian
    Scientist, educator, and technologist with 30 years of experience; co-authored over 25 scientific publications, journal articles, and peer-reviewed papers; named inventor of over 120 issued and filed patents; industry fellow and lecturer at UC Berkeley Engineering-Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (SCET).
  • Litigation Support - Dr. Tal Lavian
    I have served as an expert in over 60 patent-related cases where I wrote expert reports and testified in depositions, courts and in front of a jury. I have testified in Federal courts, in USPTO PTAB IPR, and in the ITC. The cases involved leading companies including Google, Motorola, Microsoft, Cisco, Juniper, HP, T-Mobile, Ericsson, LG, Facebook, Samsung. and Apple.

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