Design and Analysis of a Content-Oriented Internet

09 Apr
Wednesday, 04/09/2014 12:00pm
Special Event

James Kurose
University of Massachusetts Amherst
School of Computer Science

Massachusetts Room at the Mullins Center

University's Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series

Computer scientists are re-architecting the Internet to improve video streaming, provide fast access to large data files, increase security, and introduce other advances. The newest innovation is content-oriented networks that use massive in-network storage to efficiently and opportunistically connect users with content, rather than retrieving that content from specific sites. Professor Kurose, a leading researcher in computer networking, will present an overview of the evolution of Internet architecture and discuss challenges and approaches for the next transformation of the Internet.

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