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    33= GEC Demo Submission =
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    5 This page describes what you need to do to submit a demo request to participate in the Evening Demo Session at the GENI Engineering Conference (GEC).  Please pay attention to the submission deadline date posted on the demo wiki page, as we work with many vendors as well as our gracious campus hosts in advance to ensure we have adequate equipment and resources for the demo, and we cannot accept late requests.
     5This page describes what you need to do to submit a demo request to participate in the Evening Demo Session at the GENI Engineering Conference (GEC).  Please pay attention to the submission deadline date posted on the demo wiki page, as we work with many vendors as well as our gracious campus hosts in advance to ensure we have adequate equipment and resources for the demo, and we ''cannot'' accept late or incomplete requests.
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     7NOTE:  We will distribute the demo description paragraph in the template below to all GENI attendees to help
     8people find the demos they are most interested in seeing, so it is important to write a compelling and
     9accurate description.  If you have done demonstrations before, make sure to highlight what is different about this
     10demonstration compared to previous ones.  Indicate in your description who really should see the demo
     11and why (e.g. "Network providers that support OpenFlow should see this tool demonstration because it
     12will let them manage limited bandwidth efficiently.")
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    715Here's how to submit a Demo Request using a GENI ticket:
     
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    19     NOTE:  We will distribute this description to all GENI attendees to help people find the demos they are most interested in seeing, so it is important to write a compelling and accurate description.  If you have done demonstrations before, make sure to highlight what is different about this demonstration compared to previous ones.  Indicate in your description who really should see the demo and why (e.g. "Network providers that support OpenFlow should see this tool demonstration because it will let them manage limited bandwidth efficiently.") **as it will be on the Demo Night Map given to all Demo Night Attendees.
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