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ITIF Event: What Will the Internet of the Future Look Like?

Internet regulations pending in the United States can either facilitate or impede Internet evolution depending on detailed definitions of packet discrimination, traffic shaping, network management, and carrier business models. A panel of distinguished engineers share their views on the changes that must be made to Internet service to support such applications as pervasive networking, video-conferencing, immersive gaming, and telemedicine. Join us for a discussion of the tension between regulation and innovation in the Internet context.

Date: Monday, November 2, 2009
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Location: Cannon Office Building, Room 122

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Moderator

Robert Atkinson (bio)
President, The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

Presenter

Richard Bennett (bio)
Research Fellow, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation; co-inventor of the Ethernet hub and elements of the Wi-Fi protocols
View Richard’s presentation

Dr. David Farber (bio)
Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Public Policy at the School of Computer Science, Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University

Charles Jackson (bio)
Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering, George Washington University; formerly with the FCC and House Communications Subcommittee
View Dr. Jackson’s presentation

Jon Peha (bio)
Chief Technologist, Federal Communications Commission and Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University

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