Keith Mitchell

Executive Chairman at LINX

Location:
2nd Floor, Trinity Court Trinity Street, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Company:
LINX
HQ Phone:
+44 1733 207700
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Last Updated 11/11/2017

General Information

Employment History

Chairman  - RIPE NCC BV

President  - The Domain Name System Operations Analysis and Research Center

Networking companySpider Systems

Education

University College London's

B.Sc.  - Computer Science , Edinburgh University

MSc ( Masters of Science  - Data Communications Networks , University of London

Affiliations

Founder  - London Internet Exchange Limited

Founder  - Pipex Communications Plc

Managing Director  - UK Network Operators' Forum

Advisory Board  - Console Connect Inc

Board Member  - Open-IX Association

Advisory Board  - IIX Inc

Board Member  - NANOG Inc

President  - OARC

Vice President of Systems Engineering  - Independent Schools Council

Member  - The EB

Board Member  - Open Rights Group

Founder of UK's First Commercial ISP and  - CTO

Member of Advisory Board  - Organic Names Limited

Board Member  - Latest News

Web References  

The Internet Industry Awards 23rd February 2006

Keith MitchellChief Technical Officer, XchangePoint.In 1992, Keith helped found PIPEX, the UK's first commercial Internet provider.He served as Executive Chairman of LINX, as a non-executive Director of Nominet UK, and as Chairman of the RIPE NCC Executive Board.Keith became a founder investor and Chief Technical Officer in XchangePoint in September 2000.

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Contributors: Richard Clayton (Demon Internet), Grahame Davies (Easynet), Chris Hall (Demon Internet), Andrew Hilborne (Hilborne Consulting), Keiran Hartnett (Frontier), Deri Jones (NTA Monitor), Paul Mansfield (PSI), Keith Mitchell (LINX), Rick Payne (Netcom UK), Nigel Titley (Level 3), Dave Williams (Demon Internet).

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