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Stardust TalkRadioTM is a weekly talk show focused on next generation Internet technologies, products and services. Hosted by Dan Fortune, the show is available in MP3.

This Time:Renee Niemi discusses wireless data platforms and private, secure, reliable, predictable enterprise messaging

Renee Niemi, vice president of marketing at MobileSys, Inc., provider of a two-way wireless platform which lets any enterprise application communicate with any wireless device, such as digital cell phones, two-way pagers or PDAs. MobileSys has been a provider of a piece of middleware to enterprises for five years called the Etherpage. Recorded at LinuxWorld Expo 2000.

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(Show #88, released August 28, 2000, approx. 7 minutes)

Philip Sencer and John Wind III talk about voice application service provisioning and voice-powered Web sites

John Wind III (left), vice president and chief marketing officer, and Philip Sencer, vice president of sales, both represent Intraco Systems, Inc. Helping customers integrate voice, video and data while securing intranet, Internet and extranet capabilities of their customers' business.. Recorded at ISPCON Spring 2000.

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(Show #87, released August 28, 2000, approx. 12 minutes)

Last Time:Kevin Crozier and Sheldon Samford discuss colocation, delivering broadband content and ultimate Web site performance

Kevin Crozier (left), senior account manager at Above.net Communications, and Sheldon Samford, senior account executive at SpeedEra, are teaming up to provide their customers with bandwidth, global traffic management and content delivery service to keep up with growing trends in the network industry. Recorded at iBAND4.

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(Show #86, released August 21, 2000, approx. 21 minutes)

Previously:Chuck Vincenti discusses QoS, MPLS-based VPNs and why service providers are the biggest future market

Chuck Vincenti (not pictured), director of technical alliances at Orchestream, discusses how ISP customers can "mark-traffic" for QoS at the edge of the network and use One-Touch Service Activation to provision the MPLS service infrastructure via their GUI. Recorded at ISPCON Spring 2000.

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(Show #85, released August 14, 2000, approx. 13 minutes)

Amy Ellins on near-real-time streaming audio with no plug-ins over 28.8Kbps or better bandwidth and costs per viewer/hour

Amy Ellins, vice president of public relations and advertising at helloNetwork.com, has worked for local newspapers, nonprofit organizations and as a political lobbyist. Ellins was instrumental in designing her current company's award-winning brochure and discusses how the company is a premiere streaming media provider. Recorded at ISPCON Spring 2000.

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(Show #84, released August 14, 2000, approx. 14 minutes)

R.E. Skip Bryan discusses Bluetooth's development in the wireless community and key technologies driving the future

Skip Bryan (not pictured), director of technology market development within Ericsson Mobile Phones and Terminals in Ericsson's American Standards Business Unit. He evangelizes the technologies that Ericsson believes will have a significant change to the marketplace, and Bluetooth is one of them. Recorded at Internet Device Builder 2000.

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(Show #83, released August 7, 2000, approx. 13 minutes)

Brian Carpenter voices his opinions on the pragmatic approach in solving real problems today vs. the traditional standards approach

Brian Carpenter, program director of the standards and technology Internet division at IBM, was a keynote speaker on Next Generation Internet at the iBAND4 conference. He is currently based at iCAIR, the International Center for Advanced Internet research. Previously, he has led the networking group at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, and taught undergraduate computer science at Massey University in New Zealand. He holds a physics degree and a Ph.D. in computer science. Recorded at iBAND4.

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(Show #82, released August 7, 2000, approx. 20 minutes)

Jeff Lemay, Carolyn Kostka and Bob Morris discuss Lucent's association with STSI.net and issues surrounding voice-over-IP

Carolyn Kostka (center), marketing director at Lucent Technologies; Bob Morris (left), vice president of operations at STSI.net; and Jeff Lemay, chief technical officer at STSI.net discuss their companies' partnership and the progress made in tackling voice-over-IP difficulties and regulatory issues. Recorded at ISPCON Spring 2000.

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(Show #81, released August 7, 2000, approx. 23 minutes)

Future shows

September 4, 2000 Ken Fehrnstrom of Ensim from ISPCON Spring 2000.
September 11, 2000 David Link and Nick Morgan of Telares from ISPCON Spring 2000.
November 2000

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Wireless Internet Services Event (WISE) in San Jose, CA.

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