Speaker - Richard Bennett

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Richard Bennett is a network architect, standards engineer, and inventor of Internet-oriented local area network protocols. As vice-chair the IEEE 802.3 1BASE5 task group, he devised the first standard for Ethernet over twisted pair wiring. He's contributed to the Wi-Fi standard from the early 90s to the present, and designed the Distributed Reservation Protocol for WiMedia's Ultra-Wideband system. He co-founded the Open Token Foundation, testified at the FCC's historic field hearing on broadband management at the Harvard Law School in 2008 and writes columns for The Register. In May, he'll be writing a blog for the IEEE Spectrum.

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Spectrum 2.0 - What's Really Happening?

03.05.09 | 00:45:08 min | 0 comments