Peter Sevcik, President, NetForecast, Inc.
Peter Sevcik is president of NetForecast in Andover, Massachusetts where he is a leading authority on Internet traffic and performance. He has contributed to the design of more than 100 networks. Peter led the project that divided the Arpanet into multiple networks in 1984, the beginning of today's Internet. He invented the Performance Mapping process and pioneered several network technologies that have become commercial products and operational parts of the Internet.
Peter is a frequent lecturer, a senior member of the IEEE and the ACM, where he served as the editor of the Computer Communications Review. He was a charter member of ANSI and ISO study groups that defined the early public data network standards. Peter writes the Net Forecasts column for Business Communications Review magazine. Mr. Sevcik is a graduate of Villanova University's College of Engineering.