Guest Post: First of its kind study monitors the growth of a new transport protocol, QUIC.
Guest Post: Coupled with an additional two-bit signal, the Valid Edge Counter, the QUIC spin bit can provide a higher resolution of latency trouble spots in a network.
A proposal to add a “spin bit” to the QUIC protocol sparked much debate at IETF 101.
Is there a core of “crypto zealots” in the IETF that are pushing an extreme agenda about encryption?
Guest Post: A recent study finds that QUIC largely outperforms TCP except for in the presence of packet reordering and on resource-constrained mobile devices.
Guest Post: Learn about the significant recent changes being made to the core Internet protocols.
Geoff Huston shares his impressions from IETF 98 Working Groups and sessions, including DNSOPS, Homenet, IPv6, QUIC and Multi-Path TCP.
QUIC has been in Chrome for some years now but Chrome versions 52 and 53 will allow you to run your own QUIC service, if you like.
George Michaelson and Byron Ellacott answer your questions about QUIC – Quick UDP Internet Connection.
Two BoF sessions at IETF 96 discussed the merits of using UDP as an end-to-end transport service substrate – with different reactions.