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Saving the world one handset at a time: mobile phones and building the Internet

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The mobile phone is transforming lives across the planet, and is becoming the primary gateway to the Internet for billions of people. Beyond the handset, this evolution poses daunting technical challenges for building the Internet itself, and the complex software that brings the network itself to life. This talk is an accessible introduction to large-scale mobile networking today, from both real-world and computer science perspectives.

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

Food and drink will also be provided.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Tech Talks series.

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