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The ability for data devices, or systems, to move into a
networked environment and immediately gain access to all relevant
services will become a requirement for future networks. Until
connecting portable devices with the computing and communications
infrastructure becomes as simple as turning these devices
on, people will shun the impressive potential for mobile digital
services. The Proximity Networks' Project addresses this problem
by designing and prototyping an architecture in which the
physical proximity of a user to a network makes immediately
available a local network service environment. Networks which
support this kind of interaction are called proximity networks.