Ted Rapport
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As 5G aims for market in 2018, Ted Rappaport says, "It will work!"

Marconi Board member Ted Rappaport has just won the 2015 IEEE Donald G. Fink Award for the year's best paper, Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications for 5G Cellular: It Will Work!. NYU Professor Ted does 5G research that attracts CTOs and others…
Paulraj
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Helmut Bolcskei's Tribute to Paulraj

Distinguished ETH Professor Bolcskei is a long time friend and colleague of Paul and included many anecdotes in the speech introducing him at the award ceremony. Dear Professor Sir Payne, Dr. Cerf, Marconi Fellows, Consul General Parthasarathi,…
Martin Cooper
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Marty Cooper and Jessica Rosenworcel: Here's How to Expand Wireless Spectrum

Marconi Fellow Marty Cooper and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel wrote an article for the San Jose Mercury News urging "a contest to spur innovation to improve spectrum efficiency.,, The first person who finds a way to make spectrum use…
Avi Galil
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Zvi Galil: Proving Grounds for a New Model for Higher Education

Marconi Board Member Zvi Galil, Dean at the Georgia Tech College of Computing, makes the case that online learning, developed properly, can result in learning attainments fully the equal of in-person classes—but doesn't necessarily think that…
David D. Clark
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Dave Clark: Congestion is at Interconnections, Not ISP Core

Dave Clark of MIT is in the Internet Hall of Fame for his pioneering work. Recently, he has been examining major ISP networks to see where the bottlenecks are. His findings may surprise some people given all the talk of congestion and problems.…
Vint Cerf
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D.C. October 2nd: Seven Marconi Fellows, leading experts in communication, at Marconi Symposium

Do join the Marconi Fellows at our annual symposium, Internet 2025. It will be at the National Academies of Engineering and Science Building. It will also be webcast with the help of the Internet Society. The presenters include: Marty…
Vint Cerf
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Vint Cerf: We owe to ourselves and to those who will follow us: improving the safety and security of the Internet while preserving its freedoms

Istanbul, September 1. At the Internet Governance Forum, Marconi Fellow Vint Cerf shared some thoughts after 40 years on the net. He called for "Cooperation and Collaboration on a global scale" in a speech in the style of Marcus Aurelius.…
Vint Cerf
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Here's Vint Cerf

Vint Cerf led a Marconi Webinar August 25th, discussing his panel at the October 2nd Symposium, "Internet 2025 Can we keep it open and evolving?" He'll be joined by Marconi Fellow Len Kleinrock, Marconi Fellow Bob Kahn and Marconi Society Paul…
Vint Cerf
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Vine Cerf Webinar: Internet 2025. Can we keep it open and evolving?

Mountain View, CA, August 11, 2014 Marconi Fellow Vint Cerf remains deeply involved in the Internet forty years after he and Bob Kahn invented what has become TCP/IP. He’s active in Internet governance debates, economic development through…
Vint Cerf
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Marconi Fellows Deliver Keynotes

Marconi Fellow Bob Metcalfe will keynote the Silicon Innovation Forum at in San Francisco at SEMICON West 2014 Metcalfe, the inventor of Ethernet, is professor of Innovation and Murchison Fellow of Free Enterprise at the University of Texas…