AMI Part 5 – New Networks
- Oct 14, 2021 2:43 pm GMT
The present is built from many pasts.
The future will be built from many presents.
To understand the present and possible futures, understand the past.
The first four parts of this series were posted over three years ago. I just reviewed them and they are still OK (about half of the references’ links have issues), and will prep the readers to read this post. These are linked below.
This post is being written because a major network that is required for AMI has evolved away from past technology and there are future networks that are already present.
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