Marconi Symposium-John Cioffi-What would Marconi have thought about DSL?
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Sinopsi: John M. Cioffi, Hitachi America Professor Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Stanford University. A prolific inventor whose pioneering research helped create DSL circuits bringing broadband Internet access to hundreds of millions of people, was named the 2006 Marconi Fellow. Born and educated in Illinois, Cioffi earned a BSEE at Illinois ( Champaign) in 1978 and joined Bell Laboratories in New Jersey as a modem designer. During the six years he worked for Bell Laboratories, he also attended Stanford University and earned a PhD. Cioffi was just 35 years old when he founded Amati Corporation to develop and manufacture the new modems. His continued research has led to over 100 publications and 80 patents issued or pending. Cioffi is a IEEE Fellow and received the 1991 IEEE Communications Magazine Best Paper Award and the 1995 T1 Outstanding Achievement Award of the American National Standards Institute. An NSF Presidential Investigator from 1987-1992, he currently is a member of the National Academy of Engineering's Network Systems and Communications Panel. He sits on the boards of directors of ClariPhy Communications, Inc., Teranetics Communications, and on the advisory boards of Amicus, Wavion and Portview Ventures.
Regista: Roberto Salani
Produttori: Lepida SpA
Numero inventario: 280