Internet2 fall meeting to be Netcast

September 16, 2005

Next week's fall meeting of Internet2 will be available on live Netcast. The meeting, which will take place in Philadelphia Sept. 19-22, is a forum for the latest scientific research into Internet technology.

Netcasts will be available for presentations on security, lambda-based architecture, broadband video and next-generation networks.

Information on the Netcasts can be found at events.internet2.edu.

Internet2 is led by more than 200 American universities working with government and industry on the development of Internet technology and applications.

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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