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IEEE Xplore Abstract - Next Generation Mobile Computing

IEEE Xplore Abstract - Next Generation Mobile Computing | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

The last 5 years has seen a huge movement from the traditional desktop/laptop computer paradigm to one of smartphones and tablets. This article addresses these trends and also make a prediction that smartphones aren't likely to be the end of the transitional phase and delves into the concept of wearable computers such as Google Glass and Fitbit and the eventual problems (e.g. security concerns) and changes (e.g. corporate technology overhauls) that are likely to occur as a result in the near future.

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IT Without Hardware

IT Without Hardware | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

I believe changes to IT hardware in the near future aren't only going to be revolutionary for the end user. Corporations will soon and are even now having to deal with all sort of challenges that have arisen from the mobile computing technological shift (e.g. universal content compatibility and infrastructure). They'll have to make decisions as to where they will situate themselves on the no corporate/all corporate IT hardware spectrum and that decision will have a major impact on the corporation business outcomes. This article delves into that and more.

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Software-Defined Networking | September 2013 | Communications of the ACM

Software-Defined Networking | September 2013 | Communications of the ACM | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is likely to be one of the biggest changes to occur in the IT networking sector in the near future. It will address a plethora of problems, for example it has the potential to essentially eliminate the human middleware problem that has been the achilles' heel of the networking world for the past 20 years, not to mention the dynamic scalability we'd be able to achieve also. This article give you an overview of what it is, as well as some of the challenges and benefits that we'll see from Software-Defined Networking moving forward. 

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IEEE Xplore Abstract - The Software-Defined Networking Research Group

IEEE Xplore Abstract - The Software-Defined Networking Research Group | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

The article is all about the Software Defined Networking Research Group (SDNRG), a branch of Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) that has been formed as the body who facilitates research into SDN related issues, such as distribution, control and data plane management,  as well as many other networking questions. That research is then used by the Internet Engineering Taskforce (IETF) to devise solutions for to the said problems.

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IEEE Xplore Abstract - Radio Access Network Virtualization for Future Mobile Carrier Networks

IEEE Xplore Abstract - Radio Access Network Virtualization for Future Mobile Carrier Networks | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

Just as we have virtualised computer networks, it will be come pertinent in the future to virtualise cellular networks too to meet the ever growing demand due to increased cell phone usage as a global population, but mainly due to the transition of content consumption to mainly web and video mediums.

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Why the Future of Networking is Open-Source - Computer Business Review

Why the Future of Networking is Open-Source - Computer Business Review | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it
Why the future of networking is open-source Computer Business Review Dell set out its stall last month by announcing its support for the open-source network, widely hailed for offering customers more choice and flexibility in choosing the operating...

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Computer Security - Stanford Professor Dan Boneh on its applications and its future

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Future Computing Speculation - Next-Gen Consoles and Graphics

http://youtu.be/j22VC0_boZo - Cross-platform releases http://youtu.be/N0Kd1WlUwHo - Next gen graphics http://youtu.be/ys0pnvlcKO8 - Next-next gen graphics I ...
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Bioinformatics Education on Low Cost ARM Hardware

Bioinformatics Education on Low Cost ARM Hardware | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

This article continues with my idea of mobile computing into the future and goes into the specific area of Bioinformatics and how technological advancements will allow replacement of the conventional desktop/laptop setup by low cost mobile alternatives and how this is already happening with devices like the Raspberry Pi.

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Optomechanics: Hardware for a Quantum Network : Nature Publishing Group

Optomechanics: Hardware for a Quantum Network : Nature Publishing Group | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

Quantum Mechanics is an area where I think we will see major breakthroughs in the next 5-10 years and if we do it would revolutionise a lot of how we perform computation due to a Quantum Computer's ability to perform far more calculations at once than a regular computer. This article explains a optomechanical device that has been created that could allow quantum computers to communicate over a fibre optic network. 

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IEEE Xplore Abstract - Scalable Network Virtualization in Software-Defined Networks

IEEE Xplore Abstract - Scalable Network Virtualization in Software-Defined Networks | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

This article combines the already current idea of network virtualisation and the future idea of SDN and how well these two technologies will complement each other and address an even bigger array of problems as we move into the near future by increasing the efficiency, versatility and scalability of current networks.

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Green Framework for Future Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

Green Framework for Future Heterogeneous Wireless Networks | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it

Another trend we're already seeing that's going to be big in the near future is the concept of green computing. With the end user transition from predominantly desktops/laptops to smartphones/tablets has also come a transition for raw power improvements in systems to energy efficiency portability, and low environmental impact. The article discusses the green movement specifically in relation to WIFI networks and how an entirely green solution could be achieved without sacrificing quality of service expectations.    

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Embrace Software-Defined Networking: The Future of Networking is here

More articles and videos I believe viewers of my scoop.it will find interesting.

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Flash Drives 'could be as thin as paper' in Future - Computer Business Review

Flash Drives 'could be as thin as paper' in Future - Computer Business Review | Information Technology Annotated Bibliography Option 2 - System Services (Hardware, Networking and Security) | Scoop.it
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