Richard Bennett

Richard Bennett

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Richard Bennett designed the twisted-pair cable system and related protocols for Ethernet, elements of the Wi-Fi protocol, and the Distributed Reservation Protocol for Wi-Media UWB. He's a long-time architect and inventor of network systems supporting the Internet infrastructure and a former fellow at ITIF and AEI in Washington DC. He founded High Tech Forum.

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A New Busy Hour – One of the Many Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Fiber Infrastructure in China Has Grown Nine Times Faster Than in the U.S. Since 2013

How SOPA Will Destroy The Internet

Technical Comments on Mandated DNS Filtering Requirements of H. R. 3261 ("SOPA")

No Spectrum Shortage, Just an Allocation Problem

Google Finds Nothing is Shovel Ready, Not Even for Free Fiber Build

No Spectrum Shortage, Just an Allocation Problem

America Planning for the Closure of Its Copper Network

Comparative Broadband Speeds - US Loses Again

LTE Insufficient from the Start, Boingo IPO Propitious

Paid Peering: Issues and Misunderstandings

Moore's Law and the Economics of Abundance

On Mandated Content Blocking in the Domain Name System

Lessons from Egypt: We Need to Protect Our Connected Minds

Internet Census: 4 Billion Addresses Just Not Enough for 7 Billion People

Cable Trounces the Telcos

Lessons from Egypt: We Need to Protect Our Connected Minds

New, Old and Forgotten Frames in the Network Neutrality Debate

Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?

  • Comment posted Dec 29, 2010 12:15 pm PST — by Richard Bennett
    Boring.

Open Internet and Democratic Principles Under Attack

Singapore's Fiber Infrastructure Beginning to Pay Off

Network Neutrality in the Wireless Space

Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View

The Broadband Adoption Rate

Comcast v. FCC - "Ancillary Jurisdiction" Has to Be Ancillary to Something

American National Broadband Plan Good First Step

Absolutely No Wireless Spectrum Shortage in 2010

Dr. Peering Commits Malpractice on Net Neutrality

Are the FCC Workshops Fair?

Obama's Missed Opportunity

Exploring the Roots of Wireless Spectrum Controversy (eComm Panel)

DPI is Not a Four-Letter Word!

How Fast is Internet Traffic Growing?

CRTC Denies CAIP Application on Throttling, But Sets Net Neutrality Hearing

Fiber Optics: Thinking It Through

Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong

Net Neutrality an 'American Problem', Australians Suggest Alternatives

Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong

Hunting Unicorns: Myths and Realities of the Net Neutrality Debate

Another Wrong-Headed WSJ Editorial

Customer Owned Fiber in Ottawa

Vint Cerf Caught Off Guard, Nevertheless Says What Needs to Be Said About Our Misguided Policy

No Fines for Comcast

Vint Cerf Comments on Government's Role in Internet Broadband Access

Broadband Internet Adoption Stalls in United States, Says Report

Introductory Remarks from Innovation '08

Will Technology Solve Network Neutrality?

In Praise of Relatively Dumb Pipes

Comcast's Wrong Approach

Topic Interests

IPTVP2PNet NeutralityPolicy & RegulationInternet ProtocolLawBroadbandVoIPTelecomRegional RegistriesInternet GovernanceAccess ProvidersMalwareWirelessMobile InternetWhite SpaceICANNCloud ComputingDNSDNS SecurityPrivacyCybersecurityBrand ProtectionNetworksCensorshipIP AddressingIPv6CybercrimeDomain NamesCoronavirus

Recent Blogs

DoH Creates More Problems Than It Solves

Internet Regulation in the Age of Hyper-Giants

Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?

Are the FCC Workshops Fair?

Obama's Missed Opportunity

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Introductory Remarks from Innovation '08

Comcast is Right, the FCC is Wrong

No Fines for Comcast

Has the FCC Created a Stone Too Heavy for It to Lift?

Obama's Missed Opportunity