PARC Innovations Update (2009 #4)
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- Spotlight: Open source release for CCN — a new approach to networking
- People: Innovation VP appointed to drive commercialization strategies
- Engage With Us: Share your experiences or thoughts about…
- Culture & Processes: (Some of) the tools we use
- PARC In the News: FCC on broadband; solution for algae fuel; Wikipedia, Wikipedia, Wikipedia; controversial dinosaur find; privacy matters; tech meccas
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Spotlight: Open source release for CCN — a new approach to networking
PARC just released an early version of open source infrastructure software and protocol specifications for our “Content-Centric Networking (CCN)” architecture. Our goal is to enable experimentation in the network research community and establish a foundation of open core protocols for content networking. We are also beginning to work with clients to explore new business solutions enabled by the CCN approach. More…
People: Innovation VP appointed to drive commercialization strategies
With the appointment of Tamara St.Claire as Vice President of Global Business Development, PARC and its clients are positioned for sustained growth based on new models for research and co-development. St. Claire is responsible for managing PARC’s commercial innovation portfolio, driving international partnerships, and exploring new markets and industry engagements. More…
Engage With Us: Share your experiences or thoughts about…
…the business of innovation – from opening communication and sharing your strategy, to harnessing intrapreneurial horsepower …personalized news and differences between curators and filters …QR codes for mobility (with video) …reducing the password burden (also seeking mobile phone users for study)
Culture & Processes: (Some of) the tools we use
Inspired by events such as Maker Faire (https://www.makerfaire.com/), PARC scientist Philipp Schmaelzle recently launched an internal, to-be-annual “tool expo”. The interactive, walk-in expo involved scientists demonstrating to each other the variety of hardware and software tools they use to build prototypes and test concepts for diverse focus areas. More…
PARC In the News
FCC to World: How Should We Do This Broadband Plan? — Public Knowledge
Big Ideas on Broadband Likely to Push Threshold of User Adoption, Say FCC Experts
PARC’s Solution for Algae Fuel: Going Down the Drain — Greentech Media
Wikipedia to Add Layer of Editing to Articles — New York Times
Where Wikipedia Ends — Time
Wikipedia approaches its limits — Guardian
Wikipedia Passes the 3 Million Article Mark — ReadWriteWeb Enterprise
After the boom, is Wikipedia heading for bust? — New Scientist
Dinosaur Study Backs Controversial Find — AAAS ScienceNOW
Privacy matters: When is personal data truly de-identified? — Computerworld
Tech meccas: The fathers of invention — Infoworld
Editor: Sonal Chokshi
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