Date Added: Mar 2010
Recently, there are burgeoning efforts to redesign the Internet architecture to solve many problems, to name a few, security, mobility, routing scalability, accountability, etc. One of the noticeable approaches is the content-oriented networking as opposed to the original host-based (or address-based) Internet design. The rationale behind the content-oriented network designs is that users of the majority of the Internet traffic (e.g. video on demand, peer-to-peer, CDN) are oblivious to the addresses of the serving hosts.