Imagine my surprise, sitting down to last week's Eweek.com magazine, and flipping backwards to forwards [how else does one read a tech magazine], I stumbled across Peter Coffee's article on Super services=superhighways.
Sure, it starts off as a grand plug for distributed content provider, Akami , but what he's really getting to is the fact that we don't and can't want a flat, undifferentiated network for the internet.
The internet requires its own internal segmentation to deliver services based on ability and inclination to pay for them. - Peter Coffee
Mark Golderberg is also saying similar things about Net Neutrality, and that differentiated services are a logical progression in the evolution of the Internet