The Future of Networking A Long Range View and Opportunities for BRIN. Richard S. Wolff, Ph. D. [email protected] 406 994 7172 August 12, 2003. Outline. Major trends in Networking Optical networks tutorial Internet2 and beyond What does it mean for BRIN?
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The Future of Networking
A Long Range View
Opportunities for BRIN
Richard S. Wolff, Ph. D.
406 994 7172
August 12, 2003
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