The 50 most powerful people in networking, listed alphabetically

The 50 most powerful people in networking, listed alphabetically

Shai AgassiSAP
Steve BallmerMicrosoft
David BarnesUnited Parcel Service
Marc BenioffSalesforce.com
Gordon BitherState Street
Kim CameronMicrosoft
Robert CarterFedEx
John ChambersCisco
Eva ChenTrend Micro
Alfred ChuangBEA Systems
Jeffrey CitronVonage
Lt. Gen. Charles CroomDefense Information Systems Agency
Larry EllisonOracle
Steve ElterichFidelity Investment Systems
Gary ForseeSprint Nextel
Ian FosterUniva
Bill GatesMicrosoft
Charlie GiancarloCisco
Diane GreeneVMware
Craig HinkleyBank of America
Mark HurdHP
Scott KriensJuniper Networks
Kevin MartinFederal Communications Commission
John McHughHP ProCurve Networking
Scott McNealySun
Steve MillsIBM
Dianah Neffcity of Philadelphia
Paul OtelliniIntel
Sam PalmisanoIBM
John PartridgeInovant
Don PetersonAvaya
Peter Quinncommonwealth of Massachusetts
Greg RaleighAirgo Networks
Kevin RollinsDell
Hector RuizAdvanced Micro Devices
George SamenukMcAfee
Eric SchmidtGoogle
Ivan SeidenbergVerizon
Gil ShwedCheck Point
Paul SimmondsICI
Mark SpencerDigium
John SwainsonCA
Matthew SzulikRed Hat
John ThompsonSymantec
Joe TucciEMC
Jayshree UllalCisco
Daniel WarmenhovenNetwork Appliance
Fred WettlingBechtel
Edward Whitacrethe new AT&T
John WilliamsAuto-ID lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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