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THE FUTURE OF THE NETWORK

06.12.2019
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THE FUTURE OF THE NETWORK: WEB 2.0 MEETS THE INTERNET OF THINGS?

Communications media will be finally transformed by the coupling of the interactive internet and object identification

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Today's innovations in automatic data capture and identification will fuel the vision for tomorrow's so-called "internet of things"·, in which everyday objects dynamically interact with a global network of networks, transmitting information and knowledge seamlessly and securely where, when and how it is needed. In this context, RFID and related technologies are only the beginning of a paradigm shift in network communications and computing.

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 36, Issue 2
Issue Date:
March 2008
Theme:
Innovation and Content

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