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Varshney, U. ; Georgia State Univ., Atlanta, GA, USA

With the Internet quickly becoming a part of everyone's life and wireless devices being adopted by an increasingly mobile work force, networking has lately experienced an unprecedented number of advances. These advances have resulted in pushing high-speed networking into new domains. Significant progress has also been made in the design of new networking applications and middleware, and toward solving complex regulatory issues. This article looks into the latest advances in wired networking. Excessive focus on one element of networking at the expense of others has led to many widely publicized networking technology failures. Business customers have only slowly been adopting VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technologies. The future of many premium services that require multicasting or high-speed network support from Internet service providers (ISPs) will depend entirely on how those ISPs perceive user needs and on how fast new business models can be developed

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Computer  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 4 )