The IEIC Virtual Summit Series - Today's Leaders Discussing Tomorrow's Possibilities

The Internet Ecosystem Innovation Committee (IEIC) has recognized the exponential increase in bandwidth utilization over the past few weeks as a unique opportunity for reflection, education and action. As a result, the IEIC is launching a new series of exclusive talks and panel discussions revolving around the current underlying need to diversify, strengthen and prepare our Internet infrastructure for times of crisis as well as its growth in fortifying regional economies and their bolstered participation in the digital economy.

The Format

  • 20 Minute Keynote Speaker
  • 40 Minute Panel Discussion
  • Live & Prepare Questions

The Topics

  • How Resilient Is Internet Infrastructure? Led by Dr. Vint Cerf, "Father of the Internet"
  • Digitizing Enterprises Led by Dr. Ken Washington, CTO of Ford
  • Preparation in the Public Sector Led by Clint Heiden, IEIC Founder

The Events

How Resilient is Internet Infrastructure? - May 26, 2020 | 2 PM ET | Registration Coming Soon

How was the Internet designed and how is it responding to the accelerated demand and evolving needs of today’s users? If it can withstand the current test, will it withstand the next test with consumption rising exponentially year over year and who is watching over all the pieces and parts in their entirety?

Digitizing Enterprises - June 23, 2020 | 2 PM ET | INVITE ONLY

How do the world's cutting-edge enterprises integrate technology and digitization into their business models? What changes learned from this time period will find their way into the future as more efficient means of doing business?

Preparation in the Public Sector - July 23, 2020 | 2 PM ET | Registration Coming Soon

How are higher education institutions and policy makers facilitating opportunity with the Internet? How are governments tailoring programs to entice businesses to deploy in new regions with the goal of energizing local economies and at the same time creating a more resilient Internet with more geographically located interconnection hubs.