|Paul Love is a recognized leader in the field of TCP/IP, with more than
30 years experience in the field of computing and communications. Currently he is
Principal of Internet Consulting in Vermont, USA.
Prior to this, Paul was Principal Scientist - Communications at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) where he was responsible for the design and support of the center's TCP/IP Network, and its connection to the National Science Foundation Network. This included all of the High Speed Local Area networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs). The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) is a major node in the National Science Foundation Internet Backbone.
Paul is also a member of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the "standards" setting group for TCP/IP, and was Chairman of the Program Committee for the Federation of American Research Networks (FARnet), for its inception until 1994.
He was the Co-Principal Investigator for, and coordinated, the National Science Foundation Video Conferencing Network, linking all of the Science Foundation Super Computer sites.
He is currently Co-Principal Investigator on the National Science Foundation New York Network Access Point (NAP). The New York NAP is one of only three primary TCP/IP Network Access Points in the U.S., and one of only 5 NAPs in the world.
Paul Love has lectured extensively on TCP/IP and the Internet in several parts of the world. Equally at home with both technical and management groups, Paul is recognized for his "down to earth" approach and for his ability to present detailed technical knowledge in the context of real-world business requirements.
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