The Building of the Internet: Implications for the Future of Broadband Networks

  title={The Building of the Internet: Implications for the Future of Broadband Networks},
  author={Jeffrey Hart and Robert Ronald Reed and François Bar},
  journal={Telecommunications Policy},

An Economic Framework for Understanding the Internet-driven New Economy

Infrastructure innovations have had far-reaching impacts on markets and marketing in the past. The latest such infrastructure revolution -the Internet -is presently underway. Marketers need to focus

Toward Next-Generation Networks : Consolidation , Integration & Network Control

During the late 1990’s “internet boom”, following the passage of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, it seemed that nothing could stand in the way of rapid development of a radically new

Looking Backward and Forward at the Internet

Current discussions of the entry of Internet technologies into consumers' homes and the convergence among computing, media, and telecommunications enterprises represent examples of more complex accounts of technology development.

A European history of the Internet

This article focuses on the European perspective of the Internet's development. In the first section, a brief description of the characteristics and early impact of the Internet in the global context

Consumers Attitude towards Various Internet Service Providers

The objective of the study is to analyze the consumers' attitude towards various internet service providers and the findings achieved through the study are discussed.

Should Broadband Networks be ‘ Common Property ’ ? A Comparative Analysis of Broadband Network Policy between the U . S . and Japan

Chapter 3. An Analysis of Japanese Telecommunications Policy 3-1 Historical Background 3-2 Privatization of NTT and Partial Liberalization 3-2-1 The Telecommunications Business Law 3-2-2 The NTT

Connecting Homes to the Internet: An Engineering Cost Model of Cable vs. ISDN

The closed market structure for cable subscriber equipment has not been as effective as the open market for ISDN equipment at fostering the development of needed technology and monopoly control of residential communications infrastructure limits business opportunities for Internet service providers.

Internet Economics: When Constituencies Collide in Cyberspace

This article examines how the often conflicting and overlapping interests of different Internet constituencies are beginning to yield to a rough consensus that the growth of the Internet can be explained by a combination of three features.

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The ARPANET began operations in 1969 with four nodes as an experiment in resource sharing among computers. It has evolved into a worldwide research network of over 60,000 nodes, influencing the

On Distributed Communications Networks

Simulation results are shown to indicate that highly efficient routing can be performed by local control without the necessity for any central, and therefore vulnerable, control point, as in a centralized system.

The evolution of packet switching

  • L. Roberts
  • Computer Science
    Proceedings of the IEEE
  • 1978
The history and trends of packet switching are examined in detail in order to better understand both the past and future evolution of this fast moving technology.

Stalking the wily hacker

  • C. Stoll
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • 1988
An astronomer-turned-sleuth traces a German trespasser on our military networks, who slipped through operating system security holes and browsed through sensitive databases. Was it espionage?

The Cuckoo's Egg

The National Research and Education Network

  • D. Masys
  • Economics
    Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
  • 1991
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