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Hoff: Infrastructure 2.0 Young Turk at SRI

Dan Lynch, Bob Grossman and Vint Cerf make the case for a revolution in networking

Attending the first Infrastructure 2.0 Working Group was a powerful, albeit surreal experience.  Watching Dan Lynch, Bob Grossman and Vint Cerf make the case for a revolution in networking and moderate a team of industry giants was more memorable than I could have ever imagined.

Yet I was also impressed with the comments and exchanges between the legends and the Young Turks who also attended. So I’ve decided to highlight some of their contributions to the infrastructure 2.0 conversation (and now the working group).

Chris Hoff has written some of the best blogs on infrastructure 2.0, from his very popular Rational Survivability blog [...]

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Gregory Ness is the VP of Marketing of Vidder and has over 30 years of experience in marketing technology, B2B and consumer products and services. Prior to Vidder, he was VP of Marketing at cloud migration pioneer CloudVelox. Before CloudVelox he held marketing leadership positions at Vantage Data Centers, Infoblox (BLOX), BlueLane Technologies (VMW), Redline Networks (JNPR), IntruVert (INTC) and ShoreTel (SHOR). He has a BA from Reed College and an MA from The University of Texas at Austin. He has spoken on virtualization, networking, security and cloud computing topics at numerous conferences including CiscoLive, Interop and Future in Review.

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