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The Nomadic Network: a Framework for Mobile and Wireless Computing

Josh Howlett

The Nomadic network is a novel architecture for the provision of network services to mobile, wireless and remote users.

As well as addressing the inherent security issues pertaining to these styles of network access, the Nomadic network also provides a generic framework that provides considerable benefits in managment and administration.

I propose giving a brief introduction to the Nomadic network and it's technical underpinnings, followed by a discussion of our experiences with rolling-out and supporting the service, now used by several hundred staff and students at the University of Bristol.

Finally, I will give an overview of a novel framework for the development of mobility aware applications and services that is now being developed on top of the Nomadic network.


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