Today’s Internet is a Frankenstein’s monster of parts that have been bolted together. If it was a house, it would be a knock-down job — far easier to start from scratch.
This is easier said than done or so many thought as we’ll come to learn in this episode featuring Nicola Rustignoli a founding engineer at the SCION Association, which is taking a clean-slate approach to overcoming the architectural limitations of today’s Internet, to provide route control, failure isolation, and explicit trust information for end-to-end communication.
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