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2010 IEEE
Internet Award

2010 IEEE
Reynold B. Johnson Data Storage
Device Technology Award

Sponsored by Nokia Corporation

Sponsored by Hitachi Global Storage Technologies

Stephen Deering

David B. Bogy

For foundational contributions to the development
of IP Multicast and IP version 6

For leadership, education and technical contributions
in the mechanics and tribology of magnetic recording
disk drives

As designer of the multicast extension to the Internet Protocol
(IP) and architect of the latest version of IP, IPv6, Stephen
Deering's contributions have been crucial to the evolution of
the Internet. The multicast feature of IP has enabled robust,
automatic configuration of Internet devices, automatic discovery
of network resources, and efficient multi-destination delivery of
audio, video, and other time-sensitive data. Dr. Deering's
design for IP multicast was adopted by the Internet Engineering
Task Force (IETF) as a Standard and is a component of all IP
implementations today. As a solution to the exhaustion of IP
addresses caused by the ongoing growth of the Internet,
Dr. Deering designed a "next generation" IP. In addition to
providing a much larger address space, the new design incorporated a simpler header structure for higher performance and
more compact implementation. It was adopted as IPv6 by the
IETF and is now undergoing worldwide deployment. He is
currently retired and resides in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

David B. Bogy's contributions toward reducing the spacing of the
air bearing sliders in hard disk drives (HDDs) from a gap of several
micrometers to only a few nanometers have been key to
improving density and capacity. Focusing on the mechanics of
data storage systems since the 1970s, Dr. Bogy is well known for
the development and continuous improvement of air bearing
simulation models. With work that continues today at the
Computer Mechanics Laboratory (CML) at the University of
California, Berkeley, his air bearing software is used by major disk
drive companies for bearing design and simulation. Dr. Bogy has
devoted much time to the study of friction, lubrication and wear
(tribology) and their effects on HDDs. His innovative educational
approach has gained credibility with industry, enabling his
students to encounter relevant and current problems and be immediately productive upon graduation. An IEEE Fellow, Dr. Bogy
is currently the William S. Floyd, Jr. Distinguished Professor in
Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley.

2010 IEEE
Reynold B. Johnson Information
Storage Systems Award

2010 IEEE
Richard Harold Kaufmann Award

Sponsored by IEEE Reynold B. Johnson
Information Storage Systems Award Fund

Sponsored by IEEE Industry
Applications Society

Moshe Yanai

Gerald T. Heydt

For sustained innovation and legendary leadership in development
of clustered global cache storage architectures and business
continuity solutions that have defined the enterprise storage industry

For contributions to electric power quality, and
transmission and distribution engineering

During the past 35 years, Moshe Yanai has developed innovative
data storage solutions to overcome the gap between growing
amounts of data and the mechanical limitations of disk drives.
Considered by many to be the most influential leader in the data
storage industry, Mr. Yanai's architectures changed how companies
store and use data. He developed and cultivated the Symmetrix
storage array while at EMC Corp., Hopkinton, Mass., in the late
1980s. Symmetrix allows multiple servers to connect to the same
storage device using a small computer system interface (SCSI), and
it enabled the large relational databases common to the business
world today. In 2003, Mr. Yanai founded XIV, Ltd., and developed
the first truly scalable grid storage system, providing a lower-cost,
highly reliable and easy to manage storage solution. The system
quickly became popular with major banks, Internet service
providers and telecommunication companies. IBM Corp. acquired
XIV and the grid system in December 2007. An IEEE Member, Mr.
Yanai is currently an IBM Fellow at IBM Corp., Waltham, Mass.

As a pioneer of power quality analysis techniques for electric power
systems, Gerald T. Heydt's concepts have ensured reliable and efficient
power for best use by industry. Dr. Heydt's work focused on the development of a "harmonic power flow" algorithm in 1981, which
rigorously modeled the interaction of harmonic sources with the
power network. Later commercialized by the Electric Power Research
Institute as part of its "HARMFLO" software package, it is still used
today for analyzing problematic operating conditions in distribution
and subtransmission systems related to nonlinear loads. Dr. Heydt
also developed a solid analytical basis for the "CBEMA" power curve
for addressing three-phase unbalanced situations and cases where
large rotating machinery is affected by voltage sags. The method is
used by many U.S. electric utility companies today. An IEEE Life Fellow,
Dr. Heydt is a Regents' Professor at Arizona State University, Tempe,
where he also is the site director of the Power Systems Engineering
Research Center (PSerc) and also the Future Renewable Electric
Energy Distribution Management (FREEDM) center.
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