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IEEE Communications Magazine May 2006112 INTERNET TECHNOLOGY
 

Summary: IEEE Communications Magazine May 2006112
TOPICS IN
INTERNET TECHNOLOGY
he Internet Technology series is published in May and
October every year. The issue deals with survey and
tutorial articles on current research issues relating to Inter-
net Technology. Over the years, there has been a steady
and increasing number of submissions to this series, indi-
cating a strong interest in its topics among our readers.
This time, nine articles were submitted for possible pub-
lication in this issue. After a rigorous review process, we
accepted only three articles for publication in this issue.
The future Internet will consist of an interconnection of
heterogeneous networks consisting of wireless, wired, and
optical networks.
Wireless Internet access is challenging in terms of mini-
mizing requirements for battery power and bandwidth, and
interworking with heterogeneous networks. Caching can
improve access latency, reduce battery power consumption,
and reduce bandwidth usage in the wireless Internet. Chen

  

Source: Atiquzzaman, Mohammed - School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences