Yesterday, my children Nicholas and Sasha and I spent hours at The Tech Museum in San Jose. Other than time out to experience an 8.2 magnitude earthquake (simulation), attempting hands-on microsurgery, and making Mr. Potato Head talk and turn on TVs and fans, we spent a great deal of time in the Internet section at the packet-processing display.
While their fascination centered on a display of the likely route packets would take, there is tremendous interest in a deeper level of packet processing issues. To address that interest, Network Systems DesignLine will host a NetSeminar entitled "Reinventing Packet Processing for Broadband/Access Box Designs" on February 16, 2006 at 1pm PT. You can register for the event at Register.
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