Ken Lindahl Earns CENIC's 2013 Innovations in Networking Award for Outstanding Individual Contribution
Mar 15, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Ken Lindahl has been honored by the Corp. for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) as the recipient of the 2013 Innovations in Networking Award for Outstanding Individual Contribution.
According to a release, as the "network guy" at UC Berkeley, Lindahl helped to grow the campus into a 40,000 node, multiprotocol network. From 1994-1998, Lindahl worked to organize and teach the Internet Society Network Training Workshops for Countries in the Early Stages of Internetworking. Lindahl led workshops in Prague, Honolulu, Montreal, and Kuala Lumpur, teaching basic IP addressing and routing, BGP concepts and configuration, and DNS configuration and operation in addition to NATO Advanced Technology Workshops in Kiev. Lindahl also served as chair of the Internet2 Routing working group and participated in the Internet2 Multicast and Performance Measurement working groups.
From the earliest days of CalREN, Lindahl has been instrumental in its design, development, and deployment. Lindahl's contributions have ranged from personally configuring equipment on the nascent network, through spearheading the deployment of advanced technologies such as IP multicast, and providing leadership for the optical design team.
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