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Internet Ecosystem [Internet Society]
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julio 10, 2015
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Joel Gómez Treviño
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Naming and addressing, shared global services and operations, and open standards development.…..-ecosystem


Internet ecosystem is the term used to describe the organizations and communities that have organically evolved to guide the operation and development of the technologies and infrastructure that comprise the global Internet. These organizations share common values and a shared commitment to the open development of the Internet.

The term Internet ecosystem implies a Darwinian evolution focusing on the rapid and continued development and adoption of Internet technologies and which is characterized by the involvement of a broad range of actors; open, transparent, and collaborative processes; and the use of products and infrastructure with dispersed ownership and control. 

Organizations that comprise the Internet Ecosystem include:

  • Technical standards bodies such as the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
  • Organizations that manage resources for global naming and addressing capabilities such as the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), including its operation of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) function, Regional Internet Registries (RIR), and Doman Name Registries and Registrars
  • Companies that provide network infrastructure services such as Domain Name Service (DNS) providers, network operators, cloud and content delivery network providers, and Internet Exchange Points (IXPs)
  • Individuals and Organizations that use the Internet to communicate with each other and offer services and applications, or develop content, and
  • Organizations that provide education and build capacity for developing and using Internet technologies, such as multilateral organizations, educational institutions, and governmental agencies. This paper looks at each component of the Internet ecosystem in turn.

Joel Alejandro Gómez Treviño

Socio de Lex Informática Abogados, S.C.
Profesor del ITESM, Universidad Panamericana, La Salle e INFOTEC

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