Almost 350 people attended the Gigabit Breakfast Club at at Severance Hall. The event combined 10-minute talks with live demonstrations to showcase "Ideas That Inspire-Initiatives That Matter." This included information on surgical theater, the Case Connection Zone and a student experience demo.
Ben Moskowitz of the Mozilla Foundation oversees Mozilla's project with the National Science Foundation / US Ignite to run an ultra high-speed apps challenge, seeding demand for next-generation Internet apps and increasing American national competitiveness in broadband.
CWRU CIO Lev Gonick
Blair Levin, Executive Director of GigU
Mark Ansboury, President and Founder of Gigabit Squared
Chip Elliott, Principal Investigator and Project Director for The Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) Project Office spoke about Inventing our Future.
Glenn Ricart, Founder and CTO of US Ignite
Scot Rourke, president and CEO of OneCommunity
Brain surgery demo by UH Doctors Warren Selman and Andrew Sloan