Where is the Information Society headed? Improve your understanding of the promises and challenges that await our high-tech world with this provocative look at the future of telecommunications technology soundly based on today's current applications and research. This translation of the bestselling Italian edition offers stimulating insights into the new directions of the coming decade.
With clear explanations devoid of technical jargon, this fascinating and informative book shows you how telecommunications will become seamlessly integrated in an increasing number of everyday products and services. You will learn how these advances will create a world without space and time barriers, populated by intelligent objects. To keep pace with the constantly changing face of technology, Web addresses for the latest technical developments are referenced throughout the book. Plus, a dedicated Web site for THE DISAPPEARANCE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS provides timely updates.
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For anyone curious about how the evolution of technology, services, and culture will shape the future, this enthralling book is a must. For excerpts of the book, a peek at the future, a look at the Italian version, and more, go to www.ieee.org/organizations/pubs/press/authors/saracco/index.htm
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Electrical Engineering The Disappearance of Telecommunications This thought-provoking book on the future of Telecommunications and computing technology is about the promises and challenges awaiting our high-tech world as a new Knowledge Age emerges. The Disappearance of Telecommunications stems from the best-selling 1997 Italian edition, which now has been translated and vastly expanded to offer stimulating insights into the new directions of the first decade in the next millennium. This fascinating book, based on today's trends and experiences, uses as little technical jargon as possible to explain how telecommunications will become seamlessly integrated in an increasing number of everyday products and services. Learn how these advances will create a world without the traditional bounds of time and space, a world populated by intelligent objects. This edition explains new concepts and the latest technologies reflecting the fast pace of evolution of computers and telecommunications such as
* New concepts in telecommunications networks
* Voice, data, and video integration
* Advances in digital text processing
* Electronic commerce
* Robots, agents, and avatars
To reflect the rapidly changing face of technology, Web addresses for the latest technical developments are referenced throughout the book. Also, a dedicated Web site for The Disappearance of Telecommunications provides timely updates for current Web address information. This book is for anyone who is curious about how the evolution of technology, industry, society, and culture will impact our future.
About the Authors...
Roberto Saracco is director of marketing and communications at CSELT, the research lab of the Telecom Italia Group. Mr. Saracco has chaired the European Visionary Research Group on the Super Intelligent Network, which designed goals for research beyond the year 2000. He also chaired the CNOM and EntNtet Technical Committee for the IEEE Communications Society, and since 1998 has served as the Society's secretary of the Technical Affairs Council.
Jeffrey R. Harrow is a senior consulting engineer for Compaq's Technology and Corporate Development Organization. Mr. Harrow writes a weekly technology journal, The Rapidly Changing Face of Computing, which is available on the Web at www.compaq.com/rcfoc, and which explores the innovations and trends of contemporary computing and the technologies that drive them. He also shares seminars on the subject with audiences worldwide.
Robert Weihmayer is director of Information Technology for Enterprise Systems at GTE Internetworking in Cambridge, MA. Mr. Weihmayer is the author of over 20 technical papers in the area of combinatorial optimization and artificial intelligence applied to telecommunications network design, planning, and management. Currently, he is cochair of the Technical Program Committee for NOMS 2000, the IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium.
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