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LINX Presents - Geoff Huston
Technology Adoption in the Internet.
How are new technologies adopted in the Internet? What drives adoption? What impedes adoption? These were the questions posed at a panel session at the recent EuroDiG workshop in June. In many ways this is an uncomfortable question for the Internet, given the uncontrolled runaway success of the Internet in its first two decades. The IPv4 Internet was deployed about as quickly as capital, expertise and resources could be bought to bear on the problem, and the Internet's expansion appeared to be a case of being driven by demand pull. Whether it was bandwidth, content, or services, they were quickly saturated soon after they were deployed by an enthusiastic consumer base that appeared to have in insatiable demand. Perhaps naively, this bred a reputation for the Internet's infallibility, and there was a confident expectation that all Internet technologies would enjoy a similar enthusiastic reception. However, this is not the case, and in this presentation, I'd like to look at a couple of technologies that have not been instant runaway success cases, and then look at likely reasons for this.

Sep 17, 2020 10:00 AM in London

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