Historically, content distribution in the Internet has relied on a client-server model. This model has shaped all Internet legacy applications such as the web, electronic mail messaging, and FTP. For the past ten years, we have seen content distribution solutions that have evolved from classical client-server models, through distributed caching, to Content Distribution Networks (CDNs), and more recently peer-to-peer (P2P) networks. NaDa (Nanodatacenters) is the next step in data hosting and in the content distribution paradigm. By enabling a distributed hosting edge infrastructure, NaDa can enable the next generation of interactive services and applications to flourish, complementing existing data centres and reaching a massive number of users in a much more efficient manner.

Integrantes: Italo Fernando Scotá Cunha – Integrante / Christophe Diot – Coordenador. 


Início: 2008
Término: 2011
Situação: Encerrado