Peer-to-Peer Working Group Elects Brian Morrow of Endeavors Technology to Chair Group Steering Committee.
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IRVINE, Calif. & READING, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 13, 2001
Endeavors Technology Inc., an open-source, standards-based peer-to-peer software company, today announced that its President and Chief Operating Officer Chief Operating Officer (COO)
The officer of a firm responsible for day-to-day management, usually the president or an executive vice-president. , Brian Morrow, was elected to the top position of chairman of the Group Steering Committee steer·ing committee
A committee that sets agendas and schedules of business, as for a legislative body or other assemblage.
Noun of the Peer-to-Peer Working Group.
Greg Bolcer, Endeavors' chief technology officer, was elected as a member of the Technical Architecture Council.
The Peer-to-Peer Working Group, a consortium for the advancement of infrastructure standards for peer-to-peer computing, held the election at its second meeting on February 8 in Santa Clara, Calif. The Working Group was created last year as an initiative by Intel to bring together organizations and companies involved in P2P infrastructure and application development. P2P evangelist Bob Knighten acted as founding chairman while the Working Group gained momentum. Under Knighten's leadership, over 40 companies joined or supported the Working Group, four of which have already submitted P2P architecture whitepapers for the group's review.
The first order of business at the Working Group's February 8 meeting was to adopt an organization model similar to other standards groups, and elect chairs and committee members. In all, candidates filled 13 positions.
Morrow has extensive executive experience in the rapid progress of software businesses. He and CTO (Chief Technical Officer) The executive responsible for the technical direction of an organization. See CIO and salary survey. Greg Bolcer have been instrumental in the success of Endeavors Technology's Magi P2P software development and have several speaking engagements lined up at upcoming P2P events. Morrow's duties as chairman of the Working Group Steering Committee are to ensure that technical sub-committees methodically advance towards identifying and solving common technical issues inherent to P2P computing.
"The Working Group is made up of the finest technical people in the P2P community," explained Morrow. "It is a meeting of minds intent on solving problems. The Working Group is an independent, self-governing body that will explore and ultimately define the architecture and communication standards for P2P computing. I invite more companies to join the group in the past to come on board now and help us advance this exciting technology."
Morrow said P2P computing is too widely thought of by the general business community as something as simplistic sim·plism
The tendency to oversimplify an issue or a problem by ignoring complexities or complications.
[French simplisme, from simple, simple, from Old French; see simple as music file swapping See peer-to-peer network. and he hopes that the Working Group can be the conduit to show that P2P opens brand new doors for resource-saving, cost-effective information processing and sharing. He believes P2P is an international matter and is hoping for more participation in the Working Group from individuals and companies outside North America. More information about the Working Group can be found at www.peer-to-peerwg.org.
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Magi peer-to-peer technology enables organizations, groups and individuals to find, share and act upon information anywhere, at any time, by making the power of a Web server available on any Internet-enabled device. Its open, standards-based application platform incorporates automated e-process agents that enable event-driven, multi-way communications between servers, PCs, PDAs, Internet-ready phones and embedded chips. The Magi suite of tools grew from research carried out at the University of California The University of California has a combined student body of more than 191,000 students, over 1,340,000 living alumni, and a combined systemwide and campus endowment of just over $7.3 billion (8th largest in the United States). Irvine, partly funded by the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency Defense Advanced Research Project Agency - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA DARPA: see Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
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