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Subject:   Stanford Networking Seminar, Thu 11/2: Mark Gritter
Sponsor:   Stanford Networking Seminar
Speaker:   Mark Gritter
Date:   Thursday, November 2, 2000
Time:   12:15pm - 2pm
Location:   Gates 104 [look for it in a campus map]
Event URL:   http://netseminar.stanford.edu/sessions/2000-11-02.html
Sponsor URL:   http://netseminar.stanford.edu/
Title : An Architecture for Content Routing Support in the Internet Speaker : Mark Gritter, Computer Science Department, Stanford University Abstract: The primary use of the Internet is content distribution: delivery of web pages, audio, and video streams to client browsers. Yet the Internet was never architected for scalable content delivery. The results has been a proliferation of proprietary protocols and ad hoc mechanism to meet the growing content demand. As part of the TRIAD architecture, we introduce an explicit content layer as a natural extension of current Internet directory and routing system. Using name-based routing, content requests can be efficiently directed at the closest replica server, without the need for a centralized DNS service. Bio : Mark Gritter is a PhD student, working with David Cheriton in the Distributed Systems Group at Stanford University. Note : Lunch (but no drinks) is provided for the attendes at 12:15. The talk itself begins at 12:45.
Event history: Submitted by maniatis on 25-Oct-2000;
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