Envisioning future internet technology, cloud computing systems provide insights into how services and applications will be delivered to users; delivery of internet services in the future will go beyond the currently used information interchange between user and server.  By enabling Inter-Cloud system connectivity, services will form a market place, where users come to customize their multi-service experiences. A cloud interconnection system impacts the dynamic network layer because the behaviors of application services differ from cloud to cloud. Consequently, design of a QoS mechanism can no longer rely merely on types of service, flow classification, policy and simple management. A sophisticated QoS mechanism is required to intelligently analyze the dynamic network layer. Such a system is expected to be the next generation QoS model in Inter-Cloud system connectivity. This project will develop a QoS mechanism for dynamic networks that will be used in an experimental Inter-Cloud computing system used across Taiwan academic institutions. Detailed analysis of the results of this project will help provide a precise QoS mechanism for Inter-Cloud computing systems, thus supporting the development of future internet services and applications. The main goal is to treat traffic flow based on cloud-to-cloud service negotiation in giving services to users. NetFPGA technology provides a platform that enables virtualization and is customizable; it is the main interface in this experimental project. NetFPGA resides on the network layer and is linked to the multi-level service analyzer (MLSA) module in adjusting behavior of IP packets at four Levels of Negotiation: L1 for the application service requests, L2 as service location, L3 as IaaS and PaaS functionality, and L4 for NaaS functionality. The MSLA module determines the flexibility of the Network Layer, and NetFPGA handles traffic flows. This proposed three-year project and four other projects are systematically constructed and planned as a total project for developing Inter-Cloud computing systems. This project pioneers in aiming at future internet protocol standard design for Inter-Cloud connectivity. The design and mechanism then could be extended to be used globally in creating advanced and future router and switch technology. Moreover this interconnectivity will bring worldwide, cross-institution information interchange, thus enabling cooperative involvement for Taiwan academic institutions.  Future Inter-Cloud Computing Networks