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Porpoises

The first and most important conference on P2P
O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference
Westin St. Francis Hotel -- San Francisco, California
February 14-16, 2001

Speaker

Adam L."Duncan" Beberg
Adam Beberg founded Mithral Communications & Design in 1995, and serves as Chairman and Chief Technology Officer. Beberg's extensive background in distributed computing includes a degree in Computer Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and several successful projects. In 1997 Beberg founded distributed.net which solved encryption contests from RSA including two DES and one RC5 contest. The success of distributed.net has been followed by many projects including dozens of startups. In April 1999 Beberg left distributed.net and returned to work at Mithral full-time on the original Cosm project. Beberg has been awarded by MIT's Technology Review as one of the nations top 100 technology innovators, and has appeared in many publications including Red Herring, Forbes, Scientific American and Fortune. Beberg is currently working with the Folding@Home project, which uses the Cosm tools.
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