Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the only way to sustain the Internet growth in the future beyond the current needs, as the new generation of Everything Internet. The IPv6 Hall of Fame is an initiative of the IPv6 Forum, to celebrate the development and deployment of IPv6 and to award those who make extraordinary contributions. Let’s take the Internet where no other network has been before!
He continuously three times assumed the director of communications technology experts group of 863 Program and takes on vice director of Supervisory Committee of 863 Program. He has assigned as Member of China Advisory Committee for State Informatization and an Adviser of S&T Committee of the Ministry of Information Industry. Wu Hequan carries out duty as director of expert committee of China Next Generation Internet Project since 2003, and his dedication in promoting the development of IPv6 in China has never stopped. Wu Hequan also is pluralistic professor in Tsinghua University and some universities and a doctoral teacher in Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications.
Dr. Jun Murai is known as the ‘father of the Internet in Japan,’ and, outside of Japan, has also been called the 'Internet samurai.’ In 1984, he developed the Japan University UNIX Network (JUNET), the first-ever inter-university network in that nation. In 1988, he founded the Widely Integrated Distributed Environment Project, a Japanese Internet research consortium, for which he continues to serve as a board member. He supervised the Japanese translation of the "Internet System Handbook" (Impress) and "IPv6: Next Generation Internet Protocol" (Prentice Hall) among countless others, and had made extraordinary contributions on promoting development of IPv6. He is a professor and dean of the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies at Keio University, from which he earned his PhD in computer science in 1987. He served as President of the Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC) and as Vice President of the Japanese Internet Association. He served on the Internet Society’s Board of Trustees from 1997 to 2000. In 1998, he was appointed as one of nine initial directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers and served until June 2003.He also served as President of the IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan. He won the 2005 Internet Society's Jonathan B. Postel Service Award in recognition of his vision and pioneering work that helped spread the Internet across the Asia Pacific region. He was honored with the 2011 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Internet Award.
Chrome Os Segment Product Manager @ Intel CorporationHead of Technical Community (Nokia / Microsoft), North American Product and Program Manager @ Nokia Head of Technical Community (Nokia / Microsoft), North American Product and Program Manager @ Head of Technical Community (Nokia / Microsoft) @ 1992 1994 Master of Science in Computer Science in Computer Science @ Pace University 1985 1989 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering @ Vermont Skills: VoIP, System Architecture, Go to Market Strategy, Embedded Systems, 3g, WiFi, Location Based Services, Wireless Technologies, Research, Software Engineering, Solutions Marketing, IP, User Experience, Strategy, Cloud Computing, Embedded Software, IPv6, Product Management, Smartphones, Telecommunications, Linux, Network Architecture, Cellular Communications, Open Source Software, Wireless https://www.linkedin.com/in/jloughney/
Shri Rakesh Mohan Agarwal has joined the Board of Directors of the company on 08.06.2016 as Government Nominee Director and has been appointed as Chairman & Managing Director, ITI Limited w.e.f. 14th October 2019. Prior to this he was appointed as Director (Marketing), ITI Limited and assumed charge on 27.04.2018. He is an Indian Telecommunication Services officer of the 1986 batch. He holds a Postgraduate Degree in Electronics & Communication and MBA degree with Finance specialization. He has a rich experience of more than 30 years in policy formulation, standardization planning, operation & maintenance of telecom networks in different organisations of Department of Telecommunication.
As DDG-SU in DoT HQ since August, 2015, he was primarily responsible for affairs of the PSUs of DoT viz. ITI, TCIL, HPCL and residual works of Tata Communications Limited (formerly VSNL) and HTL. He was also responsible for synergy among all organizations of DoT. His main contribution was to turn around the ITI during this period.
Prior to working as DDG (SU) he worked as DDG (NT), DoT and was involved in policy formulation for adoption and implementation of new technologies viz. IPv6, M2M and Cloud computing by Indian telecom & IT industry.
He brought out the ‘National IPv6 Deployment Roadmap v2’ in March, 2013 and Compendium on IPv6 Based Solutions/ Architecture/ Case Studies for time boundIPv6 implementation by all stakeholders in the country. He was the member-convenor of a Committee setup by the Government to bring out recommendations for implementation of Net Neutrality in India in 2015. He also conceptualized and formulated the ‘National Telecom M2M Roadmap’ which was released by Hon’ble MoC & IT in May, 2015.
Shri R M Agarwal has also contributed extensively in national and international forums like ITU-T, APNIC, ICANN, IPv6 Forum etc. by delivering a number of talks and papers on various important topics. He has also contributed as editor in ITU (T) in the recommendations related to IPTV services in 2009.
Status: Married (25 years)
Education: B.S. in Math, minor Physics, Florida State University, 1973
Built one of the first Altair 8800 home computers in U.S., 1975. Was one of the prime contributors of pubic domain software for CP/M-80. Deployed 8th BBS in the world, Atlanta GA 1978.
Founded and ran Mycroft Labs, 1982-1987, Tallahassee, FL. Sold ¼ million copies of MITE communication software. Created secure version of MITE software for U.S. Internal Revenue Service (was accepted but Congres never authorized funding), Atlanta 1988. Worked for VeriSign, 1998-2000 – created training in crypto and PKI, delivered around the world.
Published “Internet E-mail: Protocols, Standards and Implementation”, Artech House, 1998.
Co-founded and was first CTO at CipherTrust, Atanta GA. Started with 6 people in my basement, grew to 250 in 2006 and sold to SecureComputing for 173M USD.
Founded and was CTO, InfoWeapons, Cebu PH. Created hardened fully IPv6 compliant DNS/DNSSEC/DHCP appliance. Passed U.S. DoD JITC certification. DoD deployed a number of units in secure networks until all IPv6 programs were scrapped in 2008.
Ran one of the then seven IPv6 Ready testing centers in the world, Cebu, PH.
Became IPv6 Forum Gold Certified trainer. Have trained numerous telco engineers, etc.
Released “The Second Internet” free E-book on IPv6 Forum website. Hundreds of thousands of copies have been downloaded.
Co-founded Sixscape Communications Pte Ltd, Singapore, 2014. Created IRP secure certificate management protocol and several products based on it. Created SixTalk end-to-end direct messaging app for IPv6 (no intermediary servers needed).
Published two websites, https://v6edu.com and https://thirdinternet.com. These have information on IPv6 and are accessed by thousands of people a month from over 100 countries.
Published “The Third Internet” E-book and paperback (updating of The Second Internet e-book), Kindle Direct Publishing, 2019. Have spoken at numerous IPv6 summits around the world since about 2004.
|I am a researcher at NTT since 1991. I have been conducting research on IPv6 since 1997 at NTT Laboratories and my current research subject is next generation Internet architecture. I have also been involved in promotion of IPv6 deployment inJapan as the Chair of the IPv6 deployment committee in Internet Association Japan, a Co-chair ofIPv4/IPv6 co-existence WG in IPv6 promotion council in Japan, as well as supporting implementation of IPv6 services in my company. In addition to IPv6 related activities, I have also been involved in policy development and coordination activities and have served for the Internet community. I have been leading policy discussions in Japan as the Chair of Japan Open Policy Forum from 2005 until 2012. I have proposed several address policies in APNIC Conferences, which has been adopted in the APNIC region, including Inter-RIR transfer policy. I am currently serving as the Vice Chair of the ISOC Japan Chapter, which was re-established last year, and organizing Internet events in Japan. In the APNIC forum, I have served as a Co-Chair of IPv6 technical SIG, and APINC conference program committee member until 2010. I have been an appointed member of NRO/NC in APNIC since 2009, and a elected member since 2012.|