Peter Newman is a founding member of Netillion, a new Silicon Valley startup.
He has been on the founding team of three prior startups: Ensim, where he
was Chief Scientist; Ipsilon, inventors of "IP Switching;" and Adaptive, where he designed the first ATM switch to fail in the enterprise market.
In a previous life he was a research fellow at the Computer Laboratory
of the University of Cambridge
where in 1989 he received a PhD
for some of the original research in hardware switch fabric design for high capacity packet switching.
IP, ATM, MPLS, Quality of Service, Traffic Management
Hardware switch fabrics, ATM switches,
IP routers, protocol specification
Simulation code, models, and evaluation
ATM Forum, IETF, T1S1
Prior art research, expert opinion
High quality technical white papers, technology evangelism