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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Keynote: “It” will be called “The Internet” but …
Meeting: Road6
Date / Time: 2015-04-21 9:20am - 10:05am
Room: Waterfront Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Scott Bradner, Harvard University

Scott Bradner has been involved in the design, operation and use of data networks at Harvard University since the early days of the ARPANET. He was involved in the design of the original Harvard data networks, the Longwood Medical Area network (LMAnet) and New England Academic and Research Network (NEARnet). He was founding chair of the technical committees of LMAnet, NEARnet and the Corporation for Research and Enterprise Network (CoREN). Mr. Bradner served in a number of roles in the IETF. He was the co-director of the Operational Requirements Area (1993-1997), IPng Area (1993-1996), Transport Area (1997-2003) and Sub-IP Area (2001-2003). He was a member of the IESG (1993-2003) and was an elected trustee of the Internet Society (1993-1999), where he currently serves as the Secretary to the Board of Trustees. Scott is also a member of the IETF Administrative Support Activity (IASA) as well as a trustee of the IETF Trust. Mr. Bradner is a Senior Technical Consultant in the Office of the Harvard University CTO. His job includes work in the area of identity management as well as exploring, developing and upgrading technology at Harvard, monitoring changing technology trends and exploring their potential for use at Harvard. He founded the Harvard Network Device Test Lab, is a frequent speaker at technical conferences, a weekly columnist for Network World, and does a bit of independent consulting on the side.
Abstract: The Internet makes little or no sense to most governments. The Internet survived indifference and is now threatened by relevance. This talk will describe how we got to where we are and if there is a future with a recognizable Internet.
Files: pdfKeynote: “It” will be called “The Internet” but …(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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