Call for Volunteers: IX-Denver will be holding an election at our 2018 members meeting. The purpose of this election will be selecting three Board members for two year terms (2018-2020). To ensure that IX-Denver has the best possible leadership, we are now calling for volunteers who are willing and able to serve our members as Directors.
We are seeking volunteers and nominations to fill these three open Board seats. To be considered; please send name, email, and a brief biography to [email protected] before 20 September, 2018.. ... See MoreSee Less
Xiber is a small business based out of Indianapolis that was started by local entrepreneurs who believe that access to inexpensive gigabit Internet service is something that should be available now. By utilizing next generation networking technologies and transplanting technical resources from other...
We have four candidates for the 2017 IX-Denver Board of Directors election. There are two open seats:
I have been supported internet based systems and networks since my service in the Air Force 1984-1988. I was employee #10 at UUNET, starting AlterNet (AS701-704) and have been involved in various ISPs, early IXs (MAE-East and MAE-West, the CIX), outsourced data center operations, open source development and various community organizations. I have been actively involved in various NOGs, particularly NANOG and RIPE and have board experience from DNS OARC. See www.linkedin.com/in/pebersman/ for more details.
Chris Grundemann is a passionate, creative Internet Technologist and a strong believer in the Internet's power to aid in the betterment of humankind. In his current role as Principal Architect at Myriad Supply he is expressing that passion by helping clients build bigger, faster, more efficient networks that are easier to operate and scale. Chris has well over a decade of experience as both a network engineer and architect designing, building, and operating large IP, Ethernet, and Wireless Ethernet networks. Chris holds 6 patents in network technology and is the author of Day One: Exploring IPv6 and Day One: Advanced IPv6 Configuration, as well as several IETF Internet Drafts, a personal weblog, and various other industry papers and blogs. In addition to serving as President of IX-Denver, he volounteers as Program Committee (PC) member for AfPIF, ISOC-NY liaison to NYNOG, and Chair of the Open-IX BCOP committee.
Started as dial-up tech support in 1998; NOC and Installation Engineering, for local and national ISPs and datacenter providers; IP Engineering with tw telecom and Network Planning with Level 3. Currently Network Engineer with small software company. Peering was always interesting topic for me.
I’m a Virgo, and love long walks on the beach…. I also would like to be considered to become a board member of the IX-Denver. I have been involved in network engineering since serving in the Air Force in from 1995-1999. Spent 12 years with USWest/Qwest/Centurylink in a variety of work groups supporting TDM based telephony systems on up to a worldwide enterprise backbone. Current work has been with multiple ISP's on backbone overhaul and growth, cache deployments, and peering awareness and strategies.
The first official IX-Denver members meeting! We will be meeting in person, and online, to discuss where we are, how we got here, and where we want to go. We will also hold elections for the open board seats. If you can not make it in person we will have remote participation available as well: https...
IX-Denver will be holding an election at our 2017 members meeting. A major part of the election will be selecting Board members. To ensure that IX-Denver has the best possible leadership, we are now calling for volounteers who are willing and able to serve our members as Directors.
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