Computer networks are becoming ever more complex and more difficult to innovate. Every new development brings with it a wider range of possible combinations and interactions with existing technologies and hardware. This can no longer be sustained in the long term. On top of that it is inefficient and too costly to have to buy and design a new device for each new technology or functionality. This has spurred Rudolf Strijkers to present a software-based conceptual innovation model, the Internet Factory, which can be used to introduce and deploy technologies without having to replace hardware.
R.J. Strijkers, Internet Factories.
Prof. R.J. Meijer
Prof. C.T.A.M. de Laat
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