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IP was Middle School, Named Data Networking is College

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Oct 8, 2015.

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    Much of the Named Data Networking (NDN) project codebase is still at the Version zero-dot-something level. But things are nevertheless starting to get real for this content-centric architecture designed to blast past today’s host-based and point-to-point Internet scheme to one more suited for accessing applications across hugely scalable networks that are mobile and extend to all sorts of sensor-equipped things.

    The NDN project team hosted more than 100 people from 63 institutions and 13 countries at UCLA last week to share progress and ideas at the second annual NDN Community Meeting (the first such meeting that we wrote about a year ago in "UCLA, Cisco & more join forces to replace TCP/IP" drew attendees from 39 institutions and 7 countries). A quick search of the IEEE digital library through early October turned up 42 papers from 2015 with Named Data Networking in their titles, whereas there were 52 new Named Data Networking papers for the entire span of 2014.

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