Telco CTO says internet is no longer fit for purpose

Stuart Sumner
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Interoute's Matthew Finnie claims that the internet needs a new architecture to cope with the way its use has evolved

Telecoms operator Interoute has said that the way the internet is currently architected is no longer fit for the way we use it. "The internet used to be about a destination; where you would go to read...

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