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Future of the Internet conference, Prague, Czech Republic

A conference on the 'Future of the Internet' will take place from 11 to 13 May in Prague, Czech Republic.

The event aims to review the strategic orientations and trends governing the future societal and economic developments of on-line Internet and mobile societies and to pr...

11 May 2009 - 11 May 2009
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A conference on the 'Future of the Internet' will take place from 11 to 13 May in Prague, Czech Republic.

The event aims to review the strategic orientations and trends governing the future societal and economic developments of on-line Internet and mobile societies and to present interesting ideas and projects in this area.

Today's Internet stands at a crossroads. Interactive and collaborative Internet usage is proliferating. Mobility is emerging as a key societal requirement. More than ever, an increasing number of businesses and services are moving online. It is, though, increasingly anticipated that current Internet technologies and architectures may not be capable of supporting such sweeping evolution.

In 2008, the Bled Declaration launched a European approach to the Internet's future, and the Future Internet Assembly was established. The Prague conference marks the progress made on the commitments taken by more than 80 EU-funded projects when signing the declaration.For further information, please visit:
http://www.fi-prague.eu/