Military researching intelligent, secure wireless nets

Thursday, 17 August 2006, 2:58 AM EST

The US government, corporate and academic researchers are working on a network that would be able to configure itself, intelligently cache and route data, and allow for fast and reliable sharing of data, all while maintaining military-grade security.

The project is called Knowledge Based Networking and is under development by the US Department of Defense Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

At Computerworld.

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