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Renewing U.S. Telecommunications Research Appendix B List of Individuals Who Made Presentations to the Committee Although the briefers listed below provided much useful information of various kinds to the committee, they were not asked to endorse this study’s conclusions or recommendations, nor did they see the final draft of this report before its release. APRIL 28-29, 2003 WASHINGTON, D.C. Robert Leheny, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Mari Maeda, National Science Foundation Ed Thomas, Federal Communications Commission JULY 17-18, 2003 NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA Henry Samueli, Broadcom Don Shaver, Texas Instruments Raj Yavatkar, Intel NOVEMBER 3-4, 2003 WASHINGTON, D.C. Hassan Ahmed, Sonus Networks Fred Baker, Cisco Systems James McGroddy, IBM (retired) Note: Affiliations shown were curent at the time the briefings were given.
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Renewing U.S. Telecommunications Research Craig Partridge, BBN John Pinkston, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Krish Prabhu, Morgenthaler David Reed, CableLabs William Semancik, National Security Agency FEBRUARY 12-13, 2004 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Richard Newton, University of California, Berkeley MAY 3-4, 2004 WASHINGTON, D.C. Sandy Fraser, Fraser Research Steve Papermaster, President’s Science and Technology Advisory Committee Guru Parulkar, National Science Foundation
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