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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Open Internet Debate: Section 706 vs. Type II
Meeting: NANOG62
Date / Time: 2014-10-07 4:30pm - 5:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Constellation Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Patrick W. Gilmore, Markley Cloud Services / Markley Group

As Markley Group’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Patrick is responsible for Markley's Infrastructure as a Service division. Prior to Markley, Patrick spent over thirteen years as Chief Network Architect at Akamai Technologies. At Akamai, Patrick’s group was responsible for managing peering and capacity for the world’s largest CDN – one that served approximately 30% of all traffic on the internet. Patrick is currently on the Board of Directors for the Seattle Internet Exchange and the London Internet Exchange, two of the largest Internet exchanges in the world, as well as the PeeringDB, where he is Chairman.
Abstract: The FCC's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking is complex, but if enacted, it will have serious consequences for the operator community. This presentation attempts to explain the FCC's motivation behind the NPRM, and the FCC's options to enforce Network Neutrality under Section 706 and Title II. It also explains how QoS can and cannot affect traffic, and why some content providers are paying despite neither the NPRM nor QoS being in effect today.
Files: pdfOpen Internet Debate: Section 706 vs. Type II(PDF)
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Sponsors: None.

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    Hyojoon KimGeorgia Tech; .
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    Moderators:
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    Speakers:
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    Maria KonteGeorgia Tech; .
    Sean DonovanGeorgia Institute of Technology; .
    Nithin MichaelCornell University; .
    Hyojoon KimGeorgia Tech; .
  • Research Track
    Moderators:
    Manish KarirMerit Network; .
    Speakers:
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    Maria KonteGeorgia Tech; .
    Sean DonovanGeorgia Institute of Technology; .
    Nithin MichaelCornell University; .
    Hyojoon KimGeorgia Tech; .
  • Research Track
    Moderators:
    Manish KarirMerit Network; .
    Speakers:
    Robert LychevGeorgia Tech; .
    Maria KonteGeorgia Tech; .
    Sean DonovanGeorgia Institute of Technology; .
    Nithin MichaelCornell University; .
    Hyojoon KimGeorgia Tech; .
  • Research Track
    Moderators:
    Manish KarirMerit Network; .
    Speakers:
    Robert LychevGeorgia Tech; .
    Maria KonteGeorgia Tech; .
    Sean DonovanGeorgia Institute of Technology; .
    Nithin MichaelCornell University; .
    Hyojoon KimGeorgia Tech; .

 

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