Fall 2007 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Fall 2007 Internet2 Member Meeting

Town and Country Resort and Convention Center
San Diego, California

In October 2007, the advanced networking community gathered for the 22nd time since Internet2 was launched, to share the many exciting developments in advanced technologies for research and education worldwide. Holding our fall meeting in California gave us the opportunity to showcase some of the advanced networking initiatives of our west coast partners.  Hosted by University of California, San Diego, Internet2’s fall meeting enabled our member community to gather in person and to share progress and plans, as well as showcase ground-breaking applications and collaborations. Refer to our photo gallery for some glimpses of the member meeting in action.

If you were unable to attend the meeting or missed a session of interest, the netcast archives—including both general session presentations—are now posted online. Presentations from other meeting sessions are also available and accessible through the online program.

Internet2 Thanks the Organizations and Individuals who Contributed to our Meeting!

The success of each Internet2 Member Meeting results from the expertise, contributions, and hard work of many individuals and organizations. Internet2 would like to thank those who provided sponsorship and support for our Fall 2007 Member Meeting.

NOTE WELL: All statements addressed to and related to the activities of Internet2 working groups, working group projects, and Internet2 area initiatives and projects are subject to the Internet2 Intellectual Property Framework, which grants to Internet2 and its members certain licenses and rights in such statements. These statements include conversations, correspondence, and/or all documents, electronic or physical. Statements not addressed to or not related to the activities of Internet2 working groups, working group projects, or Internet2 area initiatives or projects, that are clearly not intended to be input to an Internet2 activity, group or project, are not subject to these provisions. Statements made to a group where written confidentiality agreements are in place are also not subject to these provisions.