Yoram Bernet has led Microsoft in the formation of its QoS vision for the last four years, and has also played a leadership role in the Internet Engineering Task Force's QoS efforts. Currently an architect in Microsoft's Windows Networking Group, Yoram previously managed the Network QoS Development Group for Windows 2000. He has been an active participant and has authored several drafts in a number of IETF QoS-related working groups.
Before his involvement with QoS specifically, Yoram designed the network infrastructure for the Microsoft Interactive TV program. Prior to his move to Microsoft, he worked at Memorex/Telex briefly, and at AT&T and Bell Labs for nine years. At AT&T, Yoram developed graphics hardware and, later, communications software.
Yoram has a degree in biomedical engineering from Case Western Reserve University.