INET 4041: Networking II: Emerging Technologies

4 Credits

Emerging networking concepts, technologies, and applications. Topics will evolve to reflect current trends and expertise of the faculty, such as high speed networking, ATM, network security, wireless networks, multimedia, and electronic commerce. Each technology is considered for the underlying theory; the driving technological and business needs; the applications; the competing alternative technologies; and the design, implementation, and configuration of such systems. Case studies may be used to identify and analyze strategic issues and problems. Concepts and tools from this and previous ITI courses are applied to solve these problems and design realistic programs of action. Hands-on labs are included when possible. Industry speakers, tours, and demonstrations show practical applications. prereq: CSci 4211 or equivalent, or professional experience, to comprise a basic understanding and knowledge of operating systems, computer architecture, and probability theory. Senior status preferred.

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