The Goldsmith Term in the Intel Board of Directors
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The following is the “Goldsmith Term in the Intel Board of Directors” and the results of the election for the 2010-2014 term of the Intel Board of Directors.
The Goldsmith Term describes the total number of years of service as a board member and the total number of years of service at the CEO position.
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Andrea Goldsmith, professor of engineering and applied science at Princeton University was elected to the board of directors of Intel.
This article, in its entirety was originally published in the March 2004 issue of IEEE Spectrum.
 The article is a special report that is reproduced here with permission.
We are very pleased to have Andrea Goldsmith back here with us today, one of the great experts on the Internet today. Good to be back, Andrea.
We had some very interesting discussions today, over some of the issues that interest us. We’ve already met a few people. Some of you may know these people but certainly have not met them, and we’re grateful for that.
We’re also grateful to all those who have asked questions and to those who’ve provided comments to our website. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, with questions you have, but please also let us know that this is what you were looking for, and that we stand on the other side of the fence.
You may not all know each other, but most of you have something to say about these issues, and we hope that you’re all here. So let’s start in the beginning, and we’ll get more folks in the mood later.
Thank you very much, Andrea, and we’re looking forward to this, we really are.
You did a nice job on our site. We’ve had the pleasure of knowing you, and you’re a good friend of ours, and we hope that you’re always interested in what we do here, and I was just reading an article about you that was posted on the site.
We’ve looked at your website so much over the last few years. We’ve even had a few of our members email you with questions, and that sort of thing. So we’ve been asking you a lot of questions—you have a great website, and you do things that are interesting to us, and we wanted to find out more about you.
Intel’s board of directors
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Computer networking is a rapidly growing field in which users, vendors and companies all depend on the advances of technology. Each year the amount of computer networking-related information published increases steadily. A growing number of books and magazines (the two largest categories) and conferences (two largest conferences) on computer networking are published, and the field as a whole is flourishing.
Despite the progress made in the field, though, important questions remain unanswered and gaps in technology still remain. The most urgent need is to better define the core characteristics and requirements of existing technologies. This is particularly true in this particular field, but in every other field it applies as well. Here are some questions.
The answer to this question is crucial for the future of information technology. For example, it would seem intuitive to say that we need a universal service for the world’s computers. But the simple answer to the need is that the Internet is neither universal nor single. The Internet is a network of many different types of computers and networks. One can go from a home computer to a work computer, for instance, and still maintain the same internet connection. The Internet is like so many other networks of computers that can be linked together in various ways.
The Internet may be universal, but this does not preclude a universal service from being developed for it. The reason is that some of these services are already being developed today.
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From what I understand, they are planning to try to take the technology and use it to do distributed computing. I really would like to find out more about this idea. I’m trying to decide on the best path to take.
This sounds like a cool project. I’ve heard of distributed computing before. Perhaps I have a use for this.
My questions relate to whether this is actually worth pursuing.
I can see two routes.
1) Implement a distributed file system on the web. No server component here. It could have a database for storing data from the web, but it could also have a file system server that would store files over the web.
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