Eric Burger, SIP Forum Chairman and CTO, NeuStar, will be part of a special panel discussion on “What’s Next for the Net?” presented by the Internet Society-DC Chapter (ISOC-DC) on September 14, 2009 at the Orientation Theater, U.S. Capital Visitor’s Center, Capital Building in Washington, D.C..
Hosted by Representative Adolphus Towns, and joined by Leslie Daigle, Chief Internet Technology Officer, Internet Society; Steve Crocker, Internet pioneer and CEO, Shinkuro, Inc., and moderator Michael R. Nelson, Visiting Professor, Internet Studies, CCT Georgetown University, the panel will explore the future of the Internet.
The Internet is forty years old but still evolving–at an accelerating pace. According to some forecasters, in the next ten years we will see even more growth and new applications than we’ve seen in the last forty. Entire industries will be transformed. The “Internet of Things” connecting hundreds of billions of devices and sensors, new mobile applications, Cloud computing, and virtual worlds are just a few of the “game changers” that ubiquitous, high-speed networks will enable.
For more information, please visit the event website HERE.