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Internet’s Next Evolution: ‘a Facebook without Facebook.com’

June 27, 2011 No Comments

“A Facebook without Facebook.com.”

That’s the way Teresa Lunt, VP and director of the computing science lab at PARC, describes the Internet that will be emerging within the next couple of years — driven by content and data that is completely independent of underlying systems or network points. As related by Janko Roettgers in GigaOm, Lunt demonstrated Content-Centric Networking at a recent conference, in which data is seamlessly distributed across the network, with little need for cloud or other solutions to piece it all together.

Read More of Joe Mckendrick’s Blog Post on ZDNet



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