128 Technology Unveils Plan to Fix the Internet With Smart Routers
It’s safe to say the Internet was not originally designed for its current use. What started as a way to send packets of data between computers has become the backbone of daily life in many parts of the world. Now, with the explosion of mobile and connected devices, Web services, and cloud-based everything, the networking burden has become so complex that some companies struggle to deliver online services reliably and efficiently. And when there’s a problem—think traffic jam or cyber attack—it’s really hard to figure out what happened, and how to fix it.