Cyprus-based service provider PrimeTel has said it is participating in the Content Mediator Architecture for Content-Aware Networks (COMET) initiative, which aims to improve the way internet users find content by developing a data-centric model that hides intermediary phases of searching for content.
COMET is an ICT project funded by the European Commision under the EU Framework Programme 7. The projects state aim is Âto define a novel content-oriented architecture that will radically simplify content access and will support content distribution in a content and network-aware fashionÂ. Other partners include TelefÃ³nica, University College London, the University of Surrey, Warsaw University of Technology and Intracom of Greece.
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