“Net Neutrality – An Inside View of the Network Realities Underneath the Policies”

Yesterday, in CSE 262 we had a guest speaker that gave us a lecture in net neutrality. Don Holloway who received this MBA from Lehigh and current Vice President of Strategic Accounts of TEOCO gave the lecture on net neutrality. As we all know, the internet is basically a highway connecting networks of computers. With the rise of data and increased demand for faster connection to the internet, one big problem that arise is who gets on that highway first. This is the core dilemma in net neutrality. During his presentation, he gave a broad background of the current policy issues, business impacts, and legal history of net neutrality. Overall, the main focus of his presentation was providing technical insight into how internet network traffic management is designed and managed across large scale communications networks. The presentation has definitely given me good insights of the possible problems that computer scientist will have to deal with in the future which is how to efficiently manage large package of data.


About lunur16

I am undergraduate student at Lehigh University. I am from Allentown, Pennsylvania. My intended major is Computer Engineering and possibly a minor in Business.
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