Network agnosticism: why networks must disappear
journal contributionposted on 01.05.2017 by Barnet, Belinda
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This article discusses pervasive computing as it relates to mobile content and mobile networks in particular, and argues that we need a unified networking concept that can bridge fixed and wireless networks and heterogeneous wireless technologies. It also discusses contemporary software applications that provide a content strategy that can transport a users personal content and identity between networks, and calls for more work in this area. The article discusses current interconnectivity and interoperability between networks in Australia and recommends more work in this area. Copyright 2009 Belinda Barnet. No part of this article may be reproduced by any means without the written consent of the publisher.