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INTERNET2 FACT OR FICTION
Contrary to popular opinion Al Gore didnít invent the Internet. It was invented by the Military in conjunction with colleges who were doing research work for the military. They are at it again and the new network would be called Internet2.
Headline: Intel, Princeton University, the University of California at Berkeley and a Host of Other Academic and Industrial Heavyweights Have Banded Together to Take the Lag Out of Getting Data From Halfway Around the World.
Headline: The Internet Needs to Be Upgraded With a New Layer of Abilities That Will Deal With Imminent Problems of Capacity, Security and Reliability, Intel Chief Technology Officer Pat Gelsinger said Thursday.
Vint Cerf, who helped invent the Internet more than 30 years ago, detailed a litany of Internet issues:
- "There is a capacity problem," with tens of billions of devices expected to be connected, he said: "How is the Net going to support all these billions of additional devices and users?"
- "Users and applications are going to demand much more bandwidth than the current infrastructure currently delivers," an issue that will be complicated by localized traffic jams that Cerf called "flash crowds."
- With the growing breadth of the Internet, there will be increased variations in network service response times. That will mean that quality of service will be less predictable, Cerf said.
- While the private sector will be able to fix some problems, tax and crime policy "have to be tackled by governmental or intergovernmental framework(s)," he said.
Those of us in the Internet business for that past 10 years already knew that the Internet was both rigid and fragile. It is my hope that Internet2 will be one of the many answers needed to provide more fluid transitions to new widespread applications and the hardware technology that undoubtedly come in the future.
Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
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