UC Davis technology leader Pete Siegel is quoted extensively in a new Government Computer News magazine article about a plan to make the Internet2 network easier to use.
In "Consortium outlines goals for advanced, user-friendly Internet2 infrastructure," writer William Jackson says a new five-year plan recently adopted by the Internet2 board focuses "on keeping the national research and education network at the cutting edge of performance while making it easier for nonexperts to use."
"It's a natural leap, focusing not on the bits but on how the bits are used," Siegel tells Jackson.
Siegel, vice provost for Information and Educational Technology and chief information officer for the University of California, Davis, also chairs the Internet2 Steering Committee's Research Advisory Council.
Find the article here.