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Reinventing Internet Infrastructure Communication

Society has made great progress in the development of Communication and Internet Infrastructure over the last three decades. Enterprises around the world have invested hundreds of billions of dollars in hardware, software, and services that have made devices like the iPad, drones, autonomous cars and IoT possible. At the same time, some of the greatest ideas impacting the way we communicate and learn were born in academia - Google, Facebook, Akamai, and so on. More...

       

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Rebuilding The Internet One Packet At A Time: Part 2

In part 1, we explained that Internet bandwidth would become ubiquitous, and so plentiful that we’ll stop referring to it as Mbps, Gbps and Tbps. Based on our research, we believe ubiquitous Internet will be upon us in 7 years, with Google taking the industry lead followed closely Facebook, since they stand to benefit the […]

Rebuilding The Internet One Packet At A Time: Part 1

Designing the next generation Internet routing protocol from scratch will require the complete re-architecture of the Internet. Therefore, we expect this venture to be a long term project spanning many years. The objective of the next-gen Internet routing protocol is simple – it must support Internet communications for the next thirty years. In our journey […]

Google Espresso Enhances Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)

On April 4th, Google introduced the 4th tier of their SDN service called Espresso. Google’s SDN services include the following: 1) Andromeda, a container/VM networking service 2) Jupiter, an intra-data center networking service 3) B4 WAN Interconnect, an inter-data center networking service and 4) Espresso, a service that improves the performance of BGP routing. Espresso […]

Guiding Architectural Principles

  1. Next generation internet routing protocol built from scratch 
  2. Support the Internet for the next 30 years
  3. Replace BGP, Autonomous Systems, IP Packet, DNS and IP Addresses w/ something better
  4. Unbreakable, decentralized, stable and reliable
  5. Technical Administrative Control
  6. Highly secure and  built-in authentication
  7. Real-time convergence and real-time view of the global network
  8. Read more..........

2017 Project Timeline

May Define assumptions, requirements and conceptualize idea
June Part 1: Compare existing infrastructure to Infrastructure of the Future (IoF)
July What will technology look like in 10-30 years
August Part 2: Compare existing infrastructure to Infrastructure of the Future (IoF)
September Develop designs and diagrams for IoF
October What are the components and makeup of IoF (packets, AS, DNS..)
November Transition plan for migrating to IoF
December Explore machine learning algorithms
January 2018 Test Machine Learning Algorithms
February 2018 Test Machine Learning Algorithms
March 2018 Test Machine Learning Algorithms
April 2018 Write first draft for IoF

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