Internet Outer Space

Computing is a repeating cycle of rapid development inevitably followed by a technological explosion which overwhelms all that was seen as technology’s cutting edge. Mainframe computing in it’s time was an expanding bubble which came to be encompassed within the newly exploding bubble of personal computing. Bubbles in Bubbles Internet was a rerun of the scenario to PCs just as mobile devices did to the Web - concentric expanding technology bubbles, each encompassing its inner bubbles.

Software Networking

Software Defined Networking End of Networking Abstract: Networking can be freed from the quagmire of constricting protocols by running it as application software in loadable user-space memory. Multi-core CPUs, on-the-fly clusters and functional-concurrent programming languages turn this into a practical reality. User-space networking means the end of networking. Networking will simply become software. Protocol compilers will boost user-space networking to new heights. The “Protocol Wall“ “The Protocol Wall” prevents Networking, usually an externally provided service, bound to conforming with rigid protocols on one side from becoming User-programmable software on the other side.