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== Bijal Sanghani ==
== Bijal Sanghani ==
Revision as of 06:58, 22 August 2013
The following individuals are the current members of the PC:
|Andy Davidson is Director of European Operations at Hurricane Electric, a Director at the LONAP Internet Exchange, and the current chair of the IXLeeds Internet Exchange. Andy is interested in Core Routing and Switching operations, IPv6, and Peering. He has had responsibility for the design and operational success of many enterprise and service provider networks for around twelve years.|
|Chris is currently the Systems and DataCentres manager for a regional ISP and Services Provider, Knowledge IT in the North East of England.
Since graduating with a BSc In Computing from the University of Sunderland, Chris has worked in Internet enabled companies for over 14 years, specialising in Linux and Cisco ISP and Network solutions with an emphasis on the regional and SME marketplace. In his first role Chris configured an international Cisco WAN and orchestrated regional and international office re-locations which led to a fascination of all things IP and how technology could be used to facilitate business objectives within finite budgets. Chris loosely describes himself as a Sunderland AFC supporter, when time permits.
Also on the Board of Directors
|Also on the Board of Directors|
|Mike is a freelance consultant with over 15 years of industry experience, specialising in areas of multi-stakeholder relations, peering & interconnect, and technical evangelism.
Having a degree which has nothing to do with computing, Mike's technical skills were forged in the fires of dial-up ISP tech support and network ops in the mid- to late-1990s, having to do mighty hacks to make things work, and the power of asking someone to "Reboot and if it still doesn't work, phone back".
|Lives in Wales|
|Rob Evans is a Principal Network Engineer with the JANET NOSC at ULCC in London. He is part of the team responsible for the operation, management and development of JANET, the network linking the academic institutions in the UK to each other and the internet.
Prior roles have involved the management of TEN-155, which connected the research and education networks of Europe to each other and the wider world. Before that he was involved with management of campus networks, email, and UNIX systems since SunOS 3 and AIX 2.