Future Internet Is by Ethernet

@inproceedings{Luoma2010FutureII,
  title={Future Internet Is by Ethernet},
  author={Marko Luoma and Raimo Kantola and Jukka Manner},
  booktitle={WCITD/NF},
  year={2010}
}
This is a position paper describing an approach to the creation of the Future Internet. We argue that the new architecture must respond to two key challenges: (1) increase trust among Internet stakeholders and (2) provide cost efficient scaling of the network to new levels of capacity, number of users and applications. We argue that the solution is to redesign the Internet by gradually replacing IP with a carrier grade transport system. In practice such a packet transport system can be created… 

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