Variable dimension networks (VDNs), of which packet networks are
currently the most expansive, deliver a range of consumer welfare
not previously available. At the same this variability and
flexibility creates regulatory challenges. The pressumption of
convergence, all business and commons constructs on one network,
has combined with a regulatory environment of deregulation to
ignite the network neutrality debate. This book examines the
opportunities and challenges of flat-rate business models and the
variability of packet networks, within the context of the network
neutrality debate, the limitations of today's CMOS technology, and
the evolution from single service networks to an infrastructure for
the entire economy.
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