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Landweber on networks, open source, and NSF budget cuts

Landweber
Larry Landweber knows networks. The University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of computer science, a department member since 1967, helped forge some of the early international channels of the Internet. He also has an idea of where networks are heading and its all about finding the right a......

Full article >>> s connecting large institutions. The solution, Landweber said, is bringing fiberoptic connections to the home, or deploying high-speed wireless connections.

But the more fiberoptic lines there are, the more connections must be routed. Routing light isnt like routing electric signals directly from wire to wire. The router can interpret the light signals, process them internally, and re-cre......

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On open source


Whether you like it or not, people get motivated by money and fame, Landweber said.

Open-source software development may lead to fame, at least in the developer community. But it doesnt inevitably lead to money and thats not the motive of many open-source developers.

Companies do, though, make money off open-source software by serving ......

Full article >>> ech is a big, big win for the United States in our leadership. Thats also been true in the computing and information technology fields. My hope is that this is just a one-time cut.

On the devices ahead


Wireless will be big. That may come as no surprise. Again, though, Landweber said the network wireless or wired is really an enabler for applications or devices. And those devices......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 12/20/04


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