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Paul Vixie

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Dr. Paul Vixie designed, implemented and deployed several Domain Name System (DNS) protocol extensions and applications that are used throughout the Internet today, including dynamic update, network reputation and BIND open-source...

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Douglas Van Houweling

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Dr. Douglas Van Houweling was serving as chief information officer at the University of Michigan and chairman of the board of the MERIT Network, a statewide computing network in Michigan in 1987, when the National Science...

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George Sadowsky

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George Sadowsky has helped develop and deploy Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to over 50 developing countries. After spending his early career as an applied mathematician and programmer, he began to concentrate on applying computers to economic and social policy, leading academic...

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Lawrence Roberts

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Dr. Lawrence Roberts designed and managed the first packet network, the ARPANET (the precursor to the Internet). At that time, in 1967, Dr. Roberts became the Chief Scientist of ARPA, taking on the task of designing, funding, and...

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Glenn Ricart

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Glenn Ricart set up the first Internet Exchange point in 1988. Located in College Park, Maryland, it connected the original federal TCP/IP networks and the first U.S. commercial and non-commercial Internet networks. Later he helped extend that interconnection point to a Washington metropolitan area...

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Srinivasan Ramani

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Dr. Srinivasan Ramani proposed an Indian Academic Network in 1983, and this contributed to the launch of the Education & Research Network (ERNET) project, involving a number of institutions that created R&D teams in...

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Radia Perlman

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Dr. Radia Perlman’s work has had a profound impact on how networks self-organize and move data. Her innovations enable today’s link state routing protocols to be robust, scalable, and easy to manage. The particular protocol she designed in the 1980s (IS-IS) continues to flourish for routing IP...

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Paul Mockapetris

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Paul Mockapetris expanded the Internet beyond its academic origins by inventing the Domain Name System (DNS) in 1983. At the University of Southern California’s Information Sciences Institute, Paul Mockapetris recognized...

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Lawrence Landweber

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Dr. Lawrence Landweber's first networking project in 1977, TheoryNet, involved an email system for theoretical computer scientists. In 1979, he proposed and later led the establishment of the Computer Science Network (CSNET) project...

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John Klensin

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John Klensin was involved in the early procedural and definitional work for DNS administration and top-level domain definitions, and was part of the committee that worked out the transition of DNS-related responsibilities between USC-ISI and what became the...

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