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Internet evolution and misleading networking myths

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The evolution of the Internet will depend heavily on the interaction between what users want and what technology can deliver. Unfortunately the networking community continues to be guided by a collection of misleading dogmas that impede proper direction of research, development, and deployment. The roles of voice communication, of content, and of streaming real-time transmission versus file transfers are widely misunderstood, which leads to plans that are likely to be seriously flawed.

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