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The Debate Over Internet Governance:
A Snapshot in the Year 2000




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        FRED BAKER

Fred Baker has worked in the telecommunications industry since 1978, building statistical multiplexors, terminal servers, bridges, and routers.

At Cisco Systems, his primary interest area is the improvement of Quality of Service for best effort and real time traffic. In addition to product development, as a Cisco Fellow, he advises senior management of industry directions and appropriate corporate strategies.

His principal standards contributions have been to the IETF, but he has contributed to ITU’s H.323, and to such industry consortia as WINSOCK II and the ATM Forum. In the IETF, he has contributed to Network Management, Routing, PPP and Frame Relay, the Integrated and Differentiated Services architectures, and the RSVP signaling protocol. He currently serves as the IETF Chair, as well as a technical contributor.

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