Radia is a Fellow at Dell EMC. Her work shaped much of how computer networks work today. Her innovations in routing protocol design made network routing more robust, more scalable, and more easily and safely configurable. Her spanning tree algorithm transformed Ethernet from a single shared link into a technology that can support complex topologies and fairly large networks. She is the author of the textbook "Interconnections" and coauthor of "Network Security: Private Communication in a Public World". She has been recognized with many industry awards including induction into the National Academy of Engineering, the Inventor Hall of Fame, the Internet Hall of Fame, and lifetime achievement awards from ACM and Usenix. She has a PhD in computer science from MIT.
Henk Steenman joined AMS-IX in 2001 when the AMS-IX Association decided to insource the technical management of the Exchange to the AMS-IX B.V. Before he joined AMS-IX as CTO, Henk had already been involved with AMS-IX as board member and chair of the AMS-IX Association.
Prior to working at AMS-IX, Henk was Director Internetworking Center of Expertise (ICoE) at AT&T. In this role he was responsible for the ICoE budget, 9 team members and a lab environment. Prior to his function as Director ICoE, he worked as a Senior Network Architect for AT&T. Before working at AT&T, Henk worked at the Network Operations Center of SARA (1990 -1997) and as Manager Network Services at SURFnet BV.
Henk studied Astrophysics, Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Amsterdam and holds a bachelor degree in Marine Engineering.
Manager Delivery & Operation, AMS-IX
Tim has been working with AMS-IX since the summer of 2014 and leads the Engineering department. In the past, he worked for companies like eBay, KPN and Interxion. He brings over 12 years of experience in his field.
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