Bob Riddle is a technologist on assignment to the Internet2 Applications Group. He has most recently been evaluating, exploring, & demonstrating high-quality, interactive, video services deployed across Internet2 contributing to the Access Grid, RtpTV, H.323 communities. Prior to joining Internet2, Bob worked at the Center for Information Technology Integration (CITI) for the Information Technology Division at the University of Michigan (umich) in a variety of roles ranging from developer to Assistant Director. During his ten years at CITI, Bob was involved in many distributed computing projects, including IFS, DCE, the Client/Server Exchange, as well as participating in the early Big Ten Joint Project (BTJP) initiatives. Bob has a degree from Eastern Michigan University as well as more than 25 years of experience in the computer industry.
|10/10/2007||Fall 2007 Internet2 Member Meeting||Medical Education of the Future: using advanced networks and today?s technology||[ppt] [htm]|
|02/07/2006||ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs Workshop||Detective and NDTLive’n on the edge of Network Performance||[ppt] [htm]|
|09/20/2005||Fall 2005 Internet2 Member Meeting||IPv6 Multicast - from an Applications perspective||[ppt] [htm]|