Today at our client, pulvermedia’s Second “Peripheral Visionaries’ IP-Based Summit," internet pioneer, Milo Medin was awarded the 2005 Peripheral Visionary Award. We worked with Jonathan Askin, pulvermedia’s legal counsel and Mr. Medin in developing the release and reaching out to the D.C. – beltway area media community.
Mr. Medin has been part of the Internet development community for more than 25 years. He was a founder and the Chief Technology Officer of Excite@Home. At Excite@Home he led the deployment of broadband over cable networks, and was recognized as the largest broadband services provider of its time.
Prior to joining Excite@Home, Medin worked at NASA, where he directed the National Research and Education Network, managed the primary west coast interconnects for the Internet, as well as architecting and managing the global NASA Science Internet. He was also instrumental in establishing the TCP/IP protocol as an Industry and Government standard.
Medin is part of Technet’s CEO Broadband Policy Task Force, and has participated in a number of Public Policy forums, including two National Academy of Sciences panels, given testimony in Congress and before the Federal Communications Commission.
We congratulate Mr. Medin for his pioneering role and taking part in this important event.