Category Archives: ICT Infrastructure

What Makes Cities Bloom and Prosper?: Connected and Cooperating People

This is the title of chapter 8 that I wrote in a book*) about “Smart Cities”, see picture. ============part of chapter===== What Makes Cities Bloom and Prosper?:¬†Connected & Cooperating People Jaap van Till Prof Emeritus Network Architecture and Digital Infrastructures,¬†Tildro … Continue reading

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‘Das Digital’1.0: Appreciation of internet and its Impact

Introduction Most public & media stories for the last decade or so about ‘the internet’ ; whatever that is; are alarmist and use ‘memes’ (look it up!) to attract attention. ‘Bad for children’, ‘harmful to your brain’, ‘incites sex and … Continue reading

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Platform Layers of The Tillevision Model

This is the network architecture model i have used with success for decades. The model is useful to chart the different ICT infrastructures (of Computers, Storage and Telecom) and the organization and business processes of a company or community. And … Continue reading

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