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The (r)evolution of useful Web services

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E. Vielmetti ; Cisco Syst. Inc., San Jose, CA, USA

Internet services are improving all the time, becoming easier to use, more powerful, and faster. They have to improve in order to keep up with the tremendous increase in demand that is being placed on them. Some of the changes to the Web are incremental and evolutionary, slight improvements that accumulate over time to improve the user experience as a whole. Progress also comes with large sweeping discontinuous revolutionary change that totally reworks people's expectations of the way the network behaves. There is no reason to expect anything but continued pressure for continuous improvement of network services

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IEEE Communications Magazine  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 9 )