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Japan will develop a technology to replace Internet

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It is clear that Internet has changed the world and how in how the economy, communication and society. The impact that has had this technology in the world today and it is clear that it will continue to grow and develop to improve and reach higher is no stranger to no one. For this reason, it is clear that an new network architecture is required to consider the challenges of tomorrow. Years ago that Japan is currently working on a new technology to improve internet, however is clear that is a major concern and for this an alliance with America has housing.

New technology to replace Internet

The National Institute of information and communication technology of Japan in a partnership with the National Science Foundation of the United States has begun to develop a new architecture that can address the objectives of tomorrow in terms of technology in telecommunications to replace to Internet in the years to come. This project will take the name of New Generation Network, or in other words The future Internet.
Together the scientists from Japan and the USA will work in three aspects: optical connectivity, networks, mobile devices and model and design of new networks or network architectures.
Farnam Jahanian (National Science Foundation) and Makoto Imase (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) are the key names of this great research and will be them who will control the groups that will work bilaterally to develop the internet of the future
Although many years ago that both teams are working on improving what today we know as Internet will not be until about 2020 that we will see the technologies developed here in action.
The current demand, in full growth, homes, offices and mobile devices will only generate more work to the current network and a new organization and distribution of information will be required. Let us hope that the future internet can replace the demands of a world hungry for information.
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