In 2004 …
- to support the increasing flexibility and adaptability of networks and network mobility.
- Emerging technologies and solutions will continue to threaten the end-to-end principle of the Internet. Understanding end-to-end, whether you adhere to it or not, will be a key to making smart choices.
With a Ph.D. in computational physics from McGill University, Dr. Loki Jorgenson has been active in computation, physics and mathematics, visualization, and simulation for over 16 years. He has published in areas as diverse as philosophy, graphics, educational technologies, statistical mechanics, logic and number theory. Loki is an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University, where he was previously the Research Manager of the Center for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics.
Need advice about managing your network? Dr. Jorgenson can assist you with network performance and monitoring and ensuring that your infrastructure is working optimally from end to end. Ask him a question or browse his previously addressed Q&As in his Ask-the-Expert section.