Have you ever wondered what’s on the mind of an Internet Guru? What’s the 411 on IPv6, QoS, Smart Grid, IP Technologies?
Now's your chance to ask the expert. We invite you to submit your burning technology questions for this month’s featured expert Fred Baker (Wikipedia bio)
Fred has been involved in data communications since 1978, and in Internet technology since 1986. At Cisco, where he has worked since 1994, he is a Cisco Fellow, which is to say a senior engineer charged with advising on both business and product decisions. He has contributed to over 40 IETF protocols and holds several US patents and is a former member of the Technical Advisory Council of the FCC.
Fred has worked at the forefront of IP technology and can dish on topics such as:
4G mobile Internet
Role of IP in the migration from 3G to 4G
IPv6 and its deployment
QoS (quality of service)
IP routing technologies
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Post your questions now and Fred will answer them in this mobility community September 15 through September 18.
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