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  2. Vint Cerf - Wikipedia

    Vint Cerf is a member of the CuriosityStream Advisory Board. During 2008, Cerf chaired the Internationalized domain name (IDNAbis) working group of the IETF. In 2008 Cerf was a major contender to be designated the first U.S. Chief Technology Officer by President Barack Obama.

  3. Beej's Guide to Network Programming

    Since Vint Cerf is probably immortal (even if his physical form should pass on, heaven forbid, he is probably already existing as some kind of hyper-intelligent ELIZA 14 program out in the depths of the Internet2), no one wants to have to hear him say again “I told you so” if we don’t have enough addresses in the next version of the ...

  4. About the Internet - Internet Society

    The Internet ecosystem is made of many organizations and communities that help the Internet work and evolve. This broad range of people and groups are what contribute to the rapid and continued development and adoption of Internet technologies.

  5. Vint Cerf — Wikipédia

    Vinton Gray Cerf dit Vint Cerf (né le 23 juin 1943 à New Haven au Connecticut (États-Unis) est un ingénieur, docteur et professeur américain, chercheur et co-inventeur avec Bob Kahn du protocole TCP/IP. Il est considéré comme l'un des pionniers de l'internet. Biographie

  6. A.M. Turing Award Winners by Year

    ACM ( is widely recognized as the premier organization for computing professionals, delivering a broad array of resources that advance the computing and IT disciplines, enable professional development, and promote policies and research that benefit society.

  7. - Vint Cerf, Google “I never thought it could be this easy to secure and manage a thousand USB drives, but it is with DataLocker.” ...


    Vint Cerf The Father of the Internet. American Internet pioneer. Jaron Lanier Nominated in the TIME 100 list of most influential people. Computer philosophy writer,

  9. Internet Protocol - Wikipedia

    The paper's authors, Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn, described an internetworking protocol for sharing resources using packet switching among network nodes. A central control component of this model was the "Transmission Control Program" that incorporated both connection-oriented links and datagram services between hosts.