- When: Friday, October 19, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
- Speakers: Dr. Michael Rabinovich
- Location: ENGR 4201
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A gigabit last mile for residential users brings qualitative shifts in established assumptions about the global network environment. In this talk, we argue that these new realities warrant new thinking in how Internet applications and services should be structured. We present our vision for organizing home networks, Internet applications, and data to capitalize on the new opportunities offered by gigabit-to-the-home connectivity and provide a few examples of translating our vision into new services and capabilities.
Michael Rabinovich is a Professor of Computer Science at Case Western Reserve University. Prior to moving to academia in 2005, he spent 11 years at AT&T, initially at Bell Labs and then at AT&T Labs – Research, where he helped develop AT&T’s Internet infrastructure and offerings. Dr. Rabinovich’s interests revolve around the Internet, especially issues related to performance, measurement, and security. He serves on the Editorial Boards of the ACM Transactions on the Web and IEEE Internet Computing (where he was also the Editor-in-Chief in 2010-2014). He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Washington.Posted 1 year, 10 months ago