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Saving the world, one handset at a time

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The Internet and mobile phones: these are the two key developments that have transformed the way we communicate in the last 20 years. Yet until recently, they haven’t had much to do with each other. That is no longer the case, and the same IP-based equipment increasingly asked to power both networks. But souping up the humble router to enable this transition raises many interesting technical challenges.

This talk is an accessible introduction to large-scale mobile networking today, from both real-world and computer science perspectives.

The presenter is CTO of Ensoft Ltd, whose experience includes helping to bring into existence the Guinness Book of Records’ “World’s Highest Capacity Internet Router”.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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