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Madison professor emeritus will consult on development of 'Internet 2'

Madison professor emeritus Larry Landweber, who was involved in one of the first networks to use Internet technology, may lend his expertise on the next stage of the Internet, which has been proposed by the National Science Foundation.

The Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE) branch of the
Full article >>> ox. It's hard for people who are used to the way things are happening to imagine something totally revolutionary."

If the GENI project receives funding, Landweber would work as a consultant for CISE as it tries to find solutions to the problems.

In the 1980s, Landweber helped to build CSNET, one of the first networks that used Internet technology on a large scale to show its via......

Full article >>> ENI project approved in the fall of 2007, so that it will appear in the FY2008 budget. The project must first be approved by the NSF, and then presented to Congress and approved. If accepted, the GENI project will receive funds from the NSF program that supports major facilities, such as telescopes and physics colliders.

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