Internetworking with TCP/IP (2014)

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Keeping pace with the rapidly developing world of information technology is a need that Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) helps to fill with openhpi.de. openHPI works according to the principle of “Massive Open Online Courses” (MOOC): * openHPI courses match the high-quality curriculum at HPI, Germany’s highest ranked computer science institute. On the basis of instructional videos, interactive self-tests and practical exercises, participants receive in-depth knowledge on multi-faceted to...
Keeping pace with the rapidly developing world of information technology is a need that Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) helps to fill with openhpi.de. openHPI works according to the principle of “Massive Open Online Courses” (MOOC): * openHPI courses match the high-quality curriculum at HPI, Germany’s highest ranked computer science institute. On the basis of instructional videos, interactive self-tests and practical exercises, participants receive in-depth knowledge on multi-faceted topics in IT technology. * openHPI courses are conducted entirely online. All material can be accessed from any device that is Internet-accessible, whether desktop, laptop, Smartphone or tablet. * openHPI courses are open: that means participation is free and there are no prerequisites of any kind. * openHPI courses enable individual participants to join in a virtual learning community with other participants. Lively discussion forums and virtual learning groups encourage a stimulating exchange of questions and a collaborative learning of the subject. * openHPI courses are targeted at different audiences. Part of our courses address a general audience and introduce the foundations of information technology, e.g., the design and structure of the Internet and the World Wide Web, the structure and operation of database systems or security in information technology. Other courses are geared towards ICT professionals who wish to keep up with the very latest innovations in computer science research, e.g., In-Memory Data Management, the Semantic Web, or Multicore and Cloud Computing. Courses are conducted in German and English.

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Have you ever thought about how often you turn to the Internet throughout the day? Whether it be ordering a book or ticket online, checking the latest news or writing an email, everyday life without the Internet is nearly unimaginable. But wouldn’t it be nice to know how all of this is possible? This course will teach you about the technological foundation of this worldwide network. You will learn about its physical foundation of data transmission based on the functional principles and technologies of local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs). The TCP/IP reference model – the “heart” of the Internet – and its protocols and countless applications, will be presented in the units to follow. Participants will gain comprehensive insight into the complex world of Internet technologies. In clear terms, you will receive the knowledge to unlock the mysteries of the Internet.
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