[LINK] future of internet and broadband
pbrooks-link at layer10.com.au
Wed Sep 9 10:28:36 AEST 2009
The Internet reached its design limits a long long time ago, after much
less than 35 years. That it has gotten this far is a testament to the
way much of the Internet design happened to scale well beyond what could
be envisaged back then,and smart people re-designing those parts that
couldn't scale periodically through the years.
If we looked hard enough we'll probably find that the seminar title
'After X years the Internet is reaching its design limits' has appeared
as a recurring series with X = 5,10,15,......
Jan Whitaker wrote:
> from: Fwd: APO Weekly Briefing - 09 September 2009
>> THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET AND BROADBAND... AND HOW TO ENABLE IT
>> Robert Atkinson, Richard Bennett | Information Technology and
>> Innovation Foundation
>> 07 September, 2009 | After 35 years of use, the Internet is reaching
>> its design limits. The next 35 years of networking require a new
>> architecture that can maintain the accepted services such as the Web
>> as well as innovative new services that haven't yet been deployed.
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