Vinton Cerf

Vinton Cerf

References in periodicals archive ?
1983 : communicating by networkTo exchange information between two computers in the same network a protocol" is needed: a series of stages controlled by the rules of communication.Americans Robert Kahn and Vinton Cerf in the 1970s developed the TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) still in use today.
No, the internet sprang from the Department of Defense's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (it was called the ARPANET there), pioneered by Vinton Cerf and Bob Kahn.
During a conversation with the authors, Vinton Cerf, recognized as one of the fathers of the Internet with Bob Kahn, is asked which of these devices are science fiction and which ones will be happening.
Google evangelist, Vinton Cerf, thinks there's no room for philosophical thinking in programming self-driving cars.
Vinton Cerf, co-inventor of the Internet liked reading a lot, including math.
The European Union's future policies for the digital single market must be compatible with the global environment to avoid an accidental "Balkanisation" of the internet, Google's Vice-President, Vinton Cerf, repeatedly warned during a talk, on 8 October in Brussels.
According to the report, Obama met on Thursday at the White House with Apple CEO Tim Cook, AT&T chief Randall Stephenson, and with Vinton Cerf, a renowned technologist considered one of the "fathers" of the Internet and currently a Google employee.
But his technique was picked up by two Americans, Robert Kahn and Vinton Cerf, who developed what we now call the Internet.
On the following day, IEEE GLOBECOM 2012 began with the eagerly awaited addresses of Vinton Cerf, the current Vice President & Chief Internet Evangelist of Google and celebrated computer scientist most commonly known as one of the "Fathers of the Internet” as well as Krish Prabhu, President of AT&T Labs and Chief Technology Officer.
Such analyses can be fraught with difficulty, said Vinton Cerf, chief Internet evangelist for Google.
Nearly two decades ago Vinton Cerf, who's considered a founding father of the Internet, drew headlines when he wore a T-shirt emblazoned with the saying: IP on Everything.
Even if we recently heard one of the fathers of the Internet, Vinton Cerf, say that growing security issues on the Web could justify scrapping it and starting over, we need to recognise that the Web has already undergone profound changes over the past several years, and that its "Darwinian" transformation--blending necessity and a sprinkling of chance in solving problems--does not seem likely to abate anytime soon.