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Clean Slate Press

Here are some news articles that talk about the Clean Slate Program and related topics. Please keep in mind that news people add their own spin to the stories.


LinuxWorld.com

Advances in IT over the decades have come mostly in small increments - Release 2.3 yields to 2.4, transistors shrink a few more nanometers, Ethernet gets another speed boost, bugs are fixed, and algorithms get tweaked. That kind of evolutionary approach has served users well...Read more


NetworkWorld.com

Nobody’s going to tear down the Internet and rebuild it from scratch, but academics at Stanford University are imagining what the new blueprint would look like if they did and they hope their work will lead to an Internet that works better in 20 years than it does today...Read more


Consultoras.org

''How should the Internet look in 15 years?'' asks team leader Nick McKeown, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science, in a statement. ''We should be able to answer thast question by saying we created exactly what we need...Read more


CampusTechnology.com

A team of Stanford researchers is mulling what the Internet should look like if it could be rebuilt from scratch...Read more


TechnologyReview.com

Researchers at Stanford University are on a mission to completely revamp the Internet. Plans for their multipart program, called the Clean Slate Design for the Internet, will be presented to the public this Wednesday at the school's annual Computer Forum...Read more


TheAge.com

The idea may seem unthinkable, even absurd, but many believe a "clean slate" approach is the only way to truly address security, mobility and other challenges that have cropped up since UCLA professor Leonard Kleinrock helped supervise the first exchange of meaningless test data between two machines on September 2, 1969...Read more


ComputerWorld.com

You might think of it as a purely academic exercise: If we got the chance to start over, what would we do? The outcome of that could be a really well articulated blueprint that says this is how it should be. We could say, 'This is what we should do and how do we get there?'...Read more


MSNBC.MSN.com

The Internet "works well in many situations but was designed for completely different assumptions," said Dipankar Raychaudhuri, a Rutgers University professor overseeing three clean-slate projects...Read more


SeattlePi.com

NEW YORK - Although it has already taken nearly four decades to get this far in building the Internet, some university researchers with the federal government's blessing want to scrap all that and start over....Read more


NewsZine.org

NEW YORK - Although it has already taken nearly four decades to get this far in building the Internet, some university researchers with the federal government’s blessing want to scrap all that and start over...Read more


NSF.gov

The Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) has established four new Expeditions in Computing. Each of these $10 million grants will allow teams of researchers and educators to pursue far-reaching research agendas that promise significant advances in the computing frontier and great benefit to society...Read more